>I think the mens 200m is by far the most
>anticipated sprint race of these championships>>
I certainly agree that Kedéris/Capel will be a classic. K has blown me away watching his wins in Sydney and Edmonton, but after seeing Capel in the 100 at Zürich I think lane draw will be the deciding factor. if Capel is outside KK and has enough of a lead coming into the straight that he can't see the Greek, he may well not keep the hammer down long enough, not realizing how incredible K is in the last 50m.
As for most-anticipated, let me just say that I've had conversations with maybe 100 people on the men's 100 and 2 on the 200. It's the nature of the beast.
And as exciting as the 200 is, seems pretty safe to say that one of two guys will win, whereas in the 100 there's, yikes!, maybe a half-dozen guys who could take it? Pending a return to for Monty and Greene in the prelims, my money is on Chambers at this point. Next most-mentioned favorite among thsoe I've spoken with here is Collins.