Fattest woman in the world

Eman Ahmed, termed the heaviest women in the world, landed in Mumbai on Saturday for weight reduction treatment.

World's Longest Moustache - Longest beard in the world

Ram Singh Chauhan (india) has the longest moustache in the world at 14ft (4.29m). Below is a picture of Ram and his amazing facial hair.

World’s biggest crocodile in Philippines

A small Philippine town on the southern island of Mindanao has laid claim to capturing the world’s largest crocodile, measured at 21 feet by Australian zoologist Adam Britton.

World's dirtiest man

Amou Haji, an 80-year-old Iranian, is being called the world's dirtiest man. In an article published Jan. 6, he told the Tehran Times that he hasn't bathed in 60 years.

World's biggest arms

The world's largest biceps belong to Mostafa Ismail (Egypt) and were measured for left arm flexed at 64.77 cm (25.5 in) and non-flexed 62.23 cm (24.5 in) and for right arm flexed at 63.5 cm (25 in) and non-flexed 60.96 cm (24 in).

World's thinnest 3D bezel TV - Thinnest bezel 3D TV in the world

World's thinnest 3D bezel TV - Thinnest bezel 3D TV in the world

LG Electronics has launched its latest 2012 Cinema 3D Smart TV line-up in the UAE.

The launch was held at the Burj Al Arab, where LG presented its 3D bezel TV, with a bezel of less than 1mm, setting a new record for the thinnest bezel 3D TV in the world. The TV is equipped with advanced 3D technology that LG claims enables a smoother and more immersive 3D viewing experience.
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DY Kim, president of LG Electronics, Gulf FZE, said: "The new 3DSmart TV line-up endorses our endeavor to bring the biggest innovations that technology has to offer today. We have avidly explored the model of Smart TV to create a product that offers a superlative TV viewing experience, offering useful, easy-to-use TV apps and premium content. With a world record for narrowest bezel 3D TV, the product is not only stylish in its design, but breaks boundaries in quality and content as well."

According to GFK research, LG holds the number one position in the 3D Smart TV segment. Its ecosystem for Smart TVs consists of over 1,200 apps globally. The new line-up also features a dual play function for gamers as well as an expansive selection of 3D movies, sports and games.

"LG's quality innovations and growing market share have ensured its position as number one across the premium 3D Smart TV segment. With the new Smart TV line up, we are certain that our growth would continue on the upward ladder, further strengthening our already established leadership position in this segment globally," concluded Kim.

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World’s thinnest smartphone 2012 - Huawei Ascend P1 S Smartphone

World’s thinnest smartphone 2012 - Huawei Ascend P1 S Smartphone

When many of today’s smartphones resemble each other in terms of design, and, to some extent, in terms of hardware and software, manufacturers clearly need some touches of originality here and there, just to differentiate their products. That’s why some phone makers are battling it out for the titles of “world’s most powerful”, “world’s thinnest”, or “world’s lightest” device. However, things change so quickly in the mobile business, that the average user risks getting even more confused when choosing a device based on these self-styled titles.
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Case in point: just a few months back, when Huawei unveiled the Ascend P1 S, the device was dubbed the world thinnest smartphone. But before Huawei’s device even hit the market, another “player” came along, challenging the respective title.

Yesterday, China-based Oppo has “slipped” a photo to Engadget China, supposedly showing the phone maker’s upcoming Android-based smartphone. Measuring an incredibly thin 6.65 mm (0.26 inches), this still unnamed device is set to be 1 mm (or 0,039 inch) thinner than the Huawei Ascend P1 S.
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That should make a huge difference to any smartphone lover out there (insert ironic grin here), which is why this upcoming Oppo device should be watched out for by all the important players in today’s technology market (or not).

Irony aside, we must say that, while we can’t make much of that leaked photo from Engadget, the smartphone looks pretty stylish and elegant. Some might say that it closely resembles the iPhone 4/4S. But hey, we’re talking about an unknown manufacturer from China, and making gadgets very similar to Apple’s iDevices is kind of their thing, isn’t it?

The Oppo device will supposedly hit the local Chinese market in September. There are no hardware details known about this future smartphone for now, while on the software front we only know that the device will run Android. We can also guess from the leaked pic that Oppo’s future gadget will come with an optional dock of some sorts and that the touchscreen will house three capacitive Android navigation keys.

What do you guys think? Will you be looking for this new challenger to the title of the world’s thinnest smartphone? Or has this quest for shaving off another 0.0000000001 inch become plain boring?

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Wasik Farhan Roopkotha - World's youngest computer expert in Bangladesh

Wasik Farhan-Roopkotha - World's youngest computer expert in Bangladesh

A six-year-old boy from Bangladesh is hoping to become the world's youngest computer expert after becoming obsessed with his mother's PC at the age of two.

Wasik Farhan-Roopkotha, who turned six in January, is hoping his skills will be recognised by Microsoft and Guinness World Records.

As a toddler, Wasik started to show an aptitude for computers and before long he had mastered several popular video games, including Modern Warfare and Metal Gear Solid.
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He began typing in Microsoft Word as a three year-old and knew how to programme and download game emulators at the age of four.

His mother Cynthia Farhan-Risha said: "I knew he was very different since his birth. I couldn't believe my eyes when he began computing when he was just seven months old.

"Wasik started to play and master many complicated games and started installing them just after he turned two and also started typing in MS Word from around the same time."

By the time he was of school age, Wasik was not integrating at his local primary and so his parents decided it was best for him to be taught at home.

According to his mum, Wasik's English is still fairly limited. But he did have a few words to say in Bengali.

"I really enjoy playing on the computer and learning new skills," he told the BBC.

"My ambition is to be a computer expert and to work for a big computer firm in the future."

Wasik Farhan Roopkotha - who comes across as a very quiet young boy - has now been working with computers for more than four years, but he still enjoys mixing with other children of his age, playing football and listening to music.

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Jishou Chadong expressway - World’s highest and longest suspension bridge in China

Jishou Chadong expressway - World’s highest and longest suspension bridge in China

At 1,102 feet up and 3,858 feet across, the ambitious suspension bridge in China's Hunan province has become the highest and longest in the world.

The Anzhaite Long-span Suspension Bridge in Jishou was officially opened to motorists Tuesday,

Work on the engineering feat started in October 2007 and the bulk of the work finished at the end of last year.
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 Drivers can take in the views of the Dehang Canyon as they steer their way across all 3,858 feet of the new sky-high road which links two tunnels.

The bridge, which is lit up at night with 1,888 lights, is the fourth suspension bridge to cross a valley so wide it seems to be connecting two mountain ranges, the Mail said.

Once on the bridge cars and lorries can motor along a two-way, four-lane motorway at about 50 mph. Pedestrians can also walk along it on a special walkway under the road.

The bridge is a key part of the Jishou-Chadong Expressway, a 64-km road which has 18 different tunnels that cover about half of its length.

It is hoped the bridge will help ease traffic jams which are common in the mountainous area which has narrow, steep and winding roads.

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Belfast's Giant Titanic - Largest Titanic visitor attraction in the world

Belfast's giant Titanic - Largest Titanic visitor attraction in the world

The largest Titanic visitor attraction in the world opened in the ship's Belfast birthplace on Saturday, some 100 years after the doomed liner was built in the same yards.

Almost 100,000 tickets for Titanic Belfast, a striking aluminium-clad building which tells the famous ship's story through special effects, interactive screens and a ride, have been sold ahead of the opening.

Organisers hope the £97 million ($A149 million) centre can boost tourism in the British province, which was torn apart by sectarian strife for three decades until the late 1990s.
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100 initial impressions of Belfast's newest and biggest tourist attraction.

1 Barbara Quigley, a retired geography teacher from Belfast, living in Edinburgh: “It's quite stunning and very original. I did not realise that the building is the symbol of the White Star Line.”

2 Anita Robinson (30), an administrator from Cavehill in Belfast: “You were imagining you would see the artifacts, but the visuals and everything made it so much more. There's so much to take in.”

3 Anita Harris (54), a GP receptionist from Cavehill in Belfast: “It's incredible, absolutely amazing. It just feels like it brings the Titanic to you.”

4 Kate Glackin, a retired occupational therapist from Four Winds in Belfast: “Very impressed, it's very interesting. All the videos and the information about the ropeworks and the tobacco works — they tell you about how the women (in Belfast) lived, going to

work at 6.30am and back at 6.30pm.”

5 Scott Jamison (30), a musician from Four Winds in Belfast: “We have been looking at the outside (of the building) for the last six months — I love it inside. I just love the interior and the roofing.”

6 Caroline Jamison (69), a retired civil servant from Sydney, Australia: “It’s wonderful. It’s commemorative and it’s a celebration.”

7 Alexander Jamison (70), a retired electrical officer from Belfast who worked at Harland & Wolff in the 1960s: “I think it’s marvelous. I can’t believe the change in this area compared to when I worked here. Coming here is bringing back all these memories.”

8 Juli Cuatriz (41), a nurse from the Phillipines: “It's very good. The surroundings look like a real part of a ship.”

9 Shevaun Cuatriz (8) from Belfast: “It's very detailed and it looks like the Titanic so much.”

10 Fiona McBride (50), a civil servant from Stormont in Belfast: “Tremendous. I did not expect it to be so vivid and in depth.”

11 Lorraine Calvert (43), a civil servant from Stormont in Belfast: “It really is a unique experience, whether you are from Belfast or Brazil.”

12 Ryan Shi (20), a student from south China: “It's very modern and impressive.”

13 Jim Barnes (54), a retired civil servant from Bangor: “It’s magnificent, really magnificent. It’s well worth the visit.”

14 Robert Craig (60), an electrician from Carrickfergus: “Brilliant. I like the view of it from the outside. From all (every part) of Belfast you can see it.”

15 Jean Pierre Carre from France, patisserie chef of Choux Choux in Bangor: “It’s beautiful. I love it.”

16 Moira Craig (56), a manager from Carrickfergus: “We think it's a beautiful building.”
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17 Tanya Carmichael (44), from Lisburn, now living in Glasgow: “It’s lovely to come home to something positive like this. Glasgow is wall-to-wall Titanic at the minute — everyone is talking about this building.”

18 Valerie Brady (55), a retired civil servant from Stranmillis in Belfast: “I think it's fabulous. Belfast has a lot to be proud of. I think I'm amazed. I could come back and back.”

19 Cardell McIlroy (42), a civil servant from Lisburn: “This is something for our wee country to be proud of for a change.”

20 Lauren Kennedy (22), a student from Dundonald in east Belfast: “It’s like a modern take on the Titanic.”

21 Tina Kambour (55), a teacher from Oklahoma, USA: “It's fantastic. The building is beautiful.”

22 Zev Trachtenberg (57), a teacher at the University of Oklahoma: “I love it. I think it's fantastic.”

23 Maria Smith (40), a nurse from west Belfast: “It's spectacular. It's great for Belfast.”

24 Emma Reid (34), a housewife from Newtownards: “Beautiful, I'm really impressed. You feel like you were in the Titanic.”

25 Michele Thompson (49), a civil servant from Bangor: “I think the building is fantastic.”

26 Jenny Muir (55), a lecturer from east Belfast: “It was very good, but I was disappointed at not being able to see the staircase.”

27 Nick Rogers (65), an administrator from east Belfast: “There was a lot of useful information and interesting exhibits, and there was a great atmosphere.”

28 Lynsey Woods (22), a student from Sydenham in east Belfast: “I think it’s absolutely incredible. The scale of it’s amazing. I’m proud to have something like it in our country.”

29 Rosie Reid (10) from Newtownards: “The ride was really good. It went really high at parts.”

30 Liang Chen (23), a student from south China: “It’s very fashionable and beautiful. I like this style.”

31 Valerie Brown (72), a retired nursery assistant from Belfast: “I think it’s beautiful. We went to afternoon tea in the dining room upstairs and we saw the staircase. It’s great.”

32 Dorothy Holland (77), a retired merchandising worker from Belfast: “It’s gorgeous.”

33 Nelius de Roiste (47), a teacher from Fermoy, Cork: “It’s fabulous. The height of the building and the height of the Titanic originally... it’s very fitting.”

34 Jean Hamilton (85), retired from Newtownards: “I’m very impressed. But I did not think there were enough guiding people (staff) to guide you around. We found that hard.”

35 Harry Jamieson (71), a retired builder from Portstewart: “Excellent. It’s excellent, the whole thing.”

36 Harriet Hayhurst (22), a marketing executive from east Belfast: “I think it’s great for Belfast to (be able to) compete with other European cities. It’s such an innovative building.”

37 Tori Hayhurst (23), a student from Belmont in Belfast: “It’s absolutely fabulous. I think it will become the biggest thing in Belfast to bring people here. Everyone comes to the Giant’s Causeway. They will come here first now.”

38 Joseph Poxon (20), a student from Chorley near Manchester: “This is my first time in Belfast. We went to the sixth floor and you can see really nice views of the city. You could see the slipways where the Titanic was launched from and you can see the work going on there today — the old and the new.”

39 William Hayhurst (20), a student from east Belfast: “It’s very impressive. I like the way they have incorporated the Titanic theme throughout, from first-class down to third-class. It’s very well set out.”

40 Maryne Quioc (19), a student from Lyon in France: “It’s very interesting. I will be telling my friends at home about it, yes.”

41 Geraldine Gaw, a housewife from Warrenpoint: “It’s wonderful for the people of east Belfast that this is on their doorstep. It took us three hours to go around it (the building). There’s so much to it.”

42 Antoinette Murray (33), a nurse from Dundalk: “It’s very interesting. The bit where we were in the simulator was fantastic. It was so real.”

43 Sabrina Dolan (33), an office manager from Dundalk: “The whole thing is excellent — it’s something special. Driving on the way here we saw the building and it looks great.”

44 David Gaw (59), a GP from Belfast, now living in Warrenpoint: “A sense of pride, that’s the emotion — to be here when this country is just emerging. I think everybody in this part of the world should feel a sense of pride in this (building).”

45 Phares Patterson (80), a retired sheet metal worker from Finaghy in Belfast, who worked at Harland & Wolff: “I’m not a great believer in something that failed being celebrated. It’s the memory of the people who lost their lives I am thinking about today.”

46 Charlene McVicker (36), a customer account manager from Dunmurry in Belfast:
“It’s fabulous — absolutely outstanding. The whole visuals they have are really impressive. The kids really got into it.”

47 Erinn McVicker (8) from Belfast: “We loved the ride. It’s really exciting.”

48 Sonia O’Hare (42), a university school manager from Banbridge:
“It’s excellent. We will be coming back here for sure.”

49 Anne Levey, a retired teacher from Lisburn Road in Belfast: “I just thought it was class. I loved the way it took you up through the different levels of the ship. The variety and the depth means there’s plenty to engage you.”

50 Joe Levey (69), a retired teacher from Lisburn Road in Belfast: “I was very impressed, I must say. I think that the staff are very nice. They did everything they could for you.”

51 Caitlim Potts (21), a student from Ohio: “There was a lot of information and there is a lot to see. But we were not sure where to go sometimes. The organisation wasn’t great.”

52 Anna Topf (26), a student from Salzburg in Austria: “I thought it would be more interactive. There were very good parts, like the tour through the ship. But the presentation was not perfect.”

53 Mary O’Hart (45), a farmer from Newtownbutler in Co Fermanagh: “It’s great, the shows and everything.”

54 Conor O’Hart (47), a farmer from Newtownbutler in Co Fermanagh: “I think the staircase should be included, especially for people travelling.”

55 Oliver Brennan (70) from Andersonstown in Belfast: “Content very good. I was disappointed the staircase wasn’t open to the public.”

56 Paul Brennan (17) from Andersonstown, Belfast: “H&W ride experience was excellent. I would recommend it to my friends.”

57 Christopher Murphy (10) from Ballyahinch, Co Down:
“I’ve been looking forward to this for weeks and now I’m going to tell my friends.”

58 Rachel Murphy (13) from Ballyahinch: “My favourite part was being able to see how the first-class cabins would have looked.”

59 John McGrillen (50) from Ballynahinch: “Fantastic to see the final product after following the project in the media since its inception.”

60 Donna Irwin from Limavady: “Modern class divisions same as Titanic, upper class see staircase, normal people don’t. Other than no staircase it was fantastic, especially interactive features.”

61 Mark Irwin (8) from Limavady: “I knew a lot already from learning in school, but the H&W tour experience was the best.”

62 Lee Hamilton (8) from Limavady: “The 3D floor was amazing.”

63 Sophie Hughes (14) from Templepatrick: “It was great to get a view of the ship from the workers’ eyes. Some exhibits, especially the Mummy figure, weren’t explained very well.”

64 Tom Place from Donaghadee: “Very impressive, brings the Titanic to life again. It was good to see industrial pre-construction.”

65 Thom Donnelly (9) from Bangor: “The video footage of Titanic was great.”

66 Lorraine McCutcheon from east Belfast: “Amazing and awe-inspiring. The Titanic has come home in spirit.”

67 Nuala from east Belfast: “I would really have preferred to have seen the staircase.”

68 Stuart Cairns from Belfast:
“The interactive features were great and there was plenty for all the visitors to use.”

69 Alia Cairns (7) from Belfast:
“3D floor was really cool.”

70 Tanya Cairns from Belfast: “it was really good, we really enjoyed it. The exhibition was brilliant.”

71 Tara Thompson (23) from Belfast: “A great interactive stimulus.”

72 Charlotte Gregory (23) from Belfast: “3D floor and H&W ride were excellent.”

80 Sandra Tate from Ballynahinch: “A lot of effort’s clearly gone into the recreation. Much better than the TV documentaries.”

74 Rebecca Gregory (23) from Belfast: “Morse Code wall was effective and emotional. It was like being on holiday, this is something completely new for Belfast.”

75 Joanne Hamp (33) from Maghera: “Interesting and informative. The staff were excellent and plenty of space for all the visitors.”

76 Geoff Hamp (32) from Bournemouth: “Excellent.”

77 Danielle Chambers (16) from Belfast: “Really good to see the 3D figures in the cabin reconstructions.”

78 Rebecca Thompson (16) from Belfast: “I watched all the TV shows to prepare and the exhibition added lots to what I already learned.”

79 Paddy Mooney from Ardglass: “It was really excellent especially the H&W shipyard ride.”

80 Alice Adams (23) from Belfast: “3D see-through glass was fantastic.”

81 Colin Tate from Ballynahinch: “Interesting that the focus was more on the building and Belfast’s contribution than the sinking, like most TV shows and exhibits are.”

82Hang Wu from China: “Very interesting, especially the movie showing Titanic under the sea today.”

83 Dan Feng from China: “Would definitely come back”

84 Alan Clark from Belfast: “View through the different levels of the ship was excellent.”

85 Dixie Martin from Indiana, USA: “3D features were excellent, would definitely return.”

86 Margaret Schnabel (12) from Indiana, USA: “Disappointed to miss H&W ride because of queues but 3D floor view was great.”

87Natalie Brittle from Ballyclare: “Great to see pictures of shipyards.”

88 Alistair Wilson from Ballyclare: “Would come again

but maybe leave the baby at home as there aren’t many seats or baby facilities.”

89 Rosemary McClenaghan from Ballygowan: “We came as part of a Christmas present for the kids (aged 6 and 8) and loved it. Up there with the Disney resorts.”

90 Gary Trew from Belfast: “Very emotional as my father was a riveter on the Titanic and Olympic. A magnificent exhibition.”

91 Dawn Nelson from Templepatrick: “Very well put together, especially the video footage of the wreck. You think you know it all, but you learn so much more.”

92 David Walker from Canada: “I haven’t been on the tour but I have been at a tea function to see the staircase. The building looks like the hull of a ship and icebergs, fantastic.”

93 Susan Bennett from Greenisland: “It felt like we were in another city... wow this is Belfast!”

94 Bridget Black (53) from Belfast: “Finally something to have pride in Belfast for. Very realistic and it’s good to look at personal stories of passengers.”

95 Mary Cummings (80) from Belfast: “Not enough seats through exhibition to have a rest. Staff were great.”

96 Jim McIlvene from Newtownabbey: “It’s a new centrepiece for Belfast. Great shipyard tour and look at early linen trade in Belfast.”

97 Pearse Timony from Belfast, originally Fermanagh: “So much to see you’d need to come back four or five times. Good value for money and more alive than your average museum.”

98 Jade (10) and Mia Heaney (8) from Castledawson: “It was really dangerous for the workers.

Some parts were fun, some parts were sad, but it was all really interesting.”

99 David Alan from Crawfordsburn: “Brilliant, well worth a visit and I’ll definitely come back.”

100 Matthew Rice (14) from Belfast: “H&W ride experience was excellent but it could have been faster.”

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World’s Largest Mural 2012 - Largest Mural in the Gloria Hotel, Dubai

World’s Largest Mural 2012 - Largest Mural in the Gloria Hotel, Dubai

Dubai, 28th April 2012 (WAM) - Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, opened today the largest mural in the world, done by the Lebanese artist Souheil Madi, in Gloria Hotel Dubai. Dr. Ghaith Bin Hamel Al Ghaith, Vice Chairman of Al Ghaith Holding and the number of the governing body of Gloria Hotel and a group of dignitaries and a number of media personalities, attended the opening ceremony.

The artist, Souheil Madi, mentioned that his mural "Caravan of Women" is the largest of its kind in the world, and will be recorded in the Guinness Book of Records. "I drew the painting on the roof of the eighth floor in Gloria Hotel, which consists of 41 floors. The painting can be seen from high altitudes and helicopters", Madi said: "It is a giant flat 3D painting that lies on a space of approximately 1700 meter square".
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According to the artist, the "Caravan of Women" represents the Camel caravans that used to pass through the Arabian Peninsula desert with women on board. The goal behind this painting is to honor mother, wife, daughter, and sister.

"Finishing this painting took nearly 100 hours of work, which is an accomplishment of record to paint a mural the size of football field. I drew the painting using a small paint brush with the help of only one associate artist selected from my students" Madi added.

Madi pointed out to the size of the board and the short time it was completed to qualify for registration in the Guinness Book of World Records, said that the largest flat-panel registered in the encyclopedia did not reach this standard.

From his perspective, Dr. Ghaith Al Ghaith, pointed out that the hotel residents enjoy seeing this giant work of art, which reflects the cultures and history of the United Arab Emirates. It also shows how much the country cares for the arts and the artists, as the painting is now the newest tourist landmark in Dubai.

Dr. Al Ghaith mentioned the efforts spent by the hotel to supply all needed items to finish this painting as a personal move for supporting the artistic movement, and to add a new landmark for tourists.

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Usain Bolt - World's fastest 100m running world records 2012

Usain Bolt - World's fastest 100m Running world records 2012

USAIN Bolt currently holds the world's fastest 100m time of 9.58 seconds, run in Berlin three years ago. However, he has always claimed that 9.4s is achievable.

When the Jamaican arrives for London 2012 he will be under enormous pressure not only to defend his Olympic title at 100m, 200m and in the sprint relay, but also to set new world records. That could prove difficult, according to coach Glen Mills, who points to a potentially slippy London track.

"I don't think it [9.4s] is impossible," Mills said in The Daily Telegraph. "Usain Bolt has set his sights on achieving greater heights. He is quite aware that his work is not done yet.
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"But he'd have to have the right conditions and I'm not sure London is going to be kind."

Mills has more than one athlete aiming for 100m glory this year, with Blake the reigning world champion capable of a personal best 9.82s. When it comes to London 2012, Mills does not expect a one-man show.

"I think he (Blake) has now developed to the point where he is ready to compete at the Olympic level at both events (100m and 200m)," Mills said.

Bolt, it is felt, could add the 4x400m Olympic medal to his collection if he entered for the event in London, but Mills explained that such a decision would likely end up stopping the sprinter from retaining his sprint titles.

Mills, 62, said he sees no problem with Bolt having to potentially race at London against athletes who have served doping bans such as Britain’s Dwain Chambers and American Justin Gatlin. “I don’t believe somebody sho­uld be banned for life,” Mills said. “You should be given a chance to redeem yourself.

“One would hope the persons who have found themselves in trouble with that would have learned their lessons and operate under the fairness of competition and stay away from drugs.

“The rules are that if you commit an offence you are punished and after you serve your time you are reinstated. We have to compete under the rules. I don’t really have a problem… Even people who commit murder are given pardons.”

Bolt has spoken often about securing his status as a living legend, but Mills said that catchphrase is Bolt’s way of focusing on his main goals, defending three Olympic titles. “He has set that ‘Living Legend’ theme as a motivation to maintain his high standard of training and level of performance,” Mills said. “He has set his criteria of defending his gold medals in London as his objective.”

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