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Ethiopian Olympic committee officially declares to bring home 12 medals four each in gold, silver and bronze. Athletics fans who claim to closely follow the recent time Ethiopian athletics believe the prospect is a bit too ambitious and hard to come true considering the current form of athletes bound to London.
Beijing defending double champion Trunesh Dibaba faces reigning world double champion Vivian Cheriot. The Kenyan at her best form against the Olympic defending champion Trunesh back from injury is going to be one of the best highly anticipated showdowns with Vivian edging for her current performance in both distances. Meseret Defar is Ethiopian hope in 5000 meter but considering the recent meetings against Vivian Cheriot, Kenyan double hero, breasting the rope gone to the Kenyan. Therefore gold in the distance appears farfetched also not an impossible task.
The same goes to Kenenisa who had been nursing his injury for two years and back to defend his 5000 meter title but against a strong adversary currently dominating the races in the distance British Mo Farah in front of home fans. Although Kenenisa is known for his strong will power and determination, the gold is at high stake Mo’s only chance to avenge what hit him in world champion. Wait and see is the best option but a bit inclined to Mo. Marathon is hard to predict as seen again and again at Olympics thus a serious matter to bait. Mohammed Hassen is the best chance to Ethiopian gold medal in 800 meter had it not been for the presence of Kenyan world record holder David Rudisha. Mohammed is sure the rising star in the distance already beating the Kenyan, but beating reigning world champion and best athlete of the season might be a tough undertaking for 19 year old Mohammed. Ethiopian hot favorite to win London Olympic gold is Fantu Megeso, currently dominating women’s 800 meter races. The tall and elegant Fantu’s adversaries are from Kenya and South Africa but both lost to her in recent outings. Abeba Argawi’s pace in 1500 meter appears ready to snatch gold medal at London Olympic and I am willing to beit on her astonishing victory, for it appears she is at the very right time for Olympic gold. In conclusion two gold medals four silver and three bronze a total of nine medals is what I believe Ethiopian would bring home from London.