London Olympic Games 2012: Team USA Track and Field

Gold Medalist Dan O'Brien discusses the 2012 track and field events.
3:00 | 08/08/12

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Another big day in track and field shaping up. Let's get more from dan o'brien, winner of the decathlon in 1996. Now, sports analyst for yahoo! Dan, thanks for coming back. I want to get to today. But last night, lolo jones, she could not hide her disappointment. You know, she's had -- she's had a rough year. She hasn't ran that fast. I think going into these games, she wasn't expected to get a medal. She was a surprise to make this olympic team. But that was a victory in itself. The lolo jones story will continue. She's a huge inspiration to everybody. But you love her because she does wear her emotion on her sleeve. She wanted to do better. But I think it's a victory just her being here and being in the finals. How about the successes for team usa, dawn harper and kellie wells, grabbing silver and bronze in the hurdles. This is a fast track. Dawn harper, she ran a great race. Great story with kellie wells. She didn't get to go to the 2008 games because she had an injury. The night belonged to sally pearson, breaking an olympic record. Both americans ran great and brought in more medals for the medal count. What are you looking for today? Well, allyson felix, she's been snubbed two olympics in a row by veronica campbell. This is the one that she wants. Allyson felix will be the one to watch. Meanwhile, usain bolt going for number two. It's really interesting. Usain has an opportunity to do something nobody has ever done before. And that's win the 100 and the 200 in back-to-back olympics, believe it or not. He's going to be the favorite in the 200 meters. He could challenge a world record. We haven't seen him run this well in the last three years. Okay. Dan o'brien, thanks very much.

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