LONDON Reuters - Caribbean runners bid to expand their dominance of the shorter track distances at the London Olympics on Monday, after Jamaica's Usain Bolt ran the second quickest metres ever to swat aside any doubt that he is still the fastest man on Earth. The athletics programme at the Games continues apace although Algerian Taoufik Makhloufi, a medal prospect in the 1,m, was somewhat slower and has provisionally been thrown out for not trying hard enough in an m heat. American judoka Nick Delpopolo is also out of the Olympics after testing positive for marijuana, which he blamed on unwittingly eating a "hash brownie", while another judo player was praised for slapping a fan who threw a bottle on the track as Bolt prepared for glory. Bolt's gold on Sunday put him on course for a unique double-double in m and m races at successive Games and kept Jamaica in the hunt for a second sweep of individual sprint medals after Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce retained her women's m crown. Fraser-Pryce lines up in the first round of the m on Monday alongside her team mate and defending champion Veronica Campbell-Brown as well as American challengers Allyson Felix and m silver medallist Carmelita Jeter.
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And the South African legend, 83, reckons the new wave of musclebound stars headed by Brooks Koepka could leave the time Major champion behind. Woods , 43, took up the mantle by pumping iron and bulking up. But there is no denying that the American, who underwent career-saving spinal fusion surgery two years before winning The Masters in April, has a patched-up body. And Player fears the worst should he spray it into the long rough at The Open venue Royal Portrush in just under two weeks.