Jamaicans are preparing to brave rain and winds from a tropical storm to watch the biggest in-country duel of the London Olympics: Usain Bolt vs. Yohan Blake in the 100-meter dash.
Islanders are gathering at homes to watch their two top male sprinters in Sunday's head-to-head showdown. If the weather is clear, fans are expected to submerge the national stadium in a sea of green, gold and black jerseys to watch the race on video screens.
Blake beat Bolt in the 100 and 200 finals during the island's Olympic trials, setting up Sunday's clash.
Jamaica is already in a party mood. It's celebrating its 50th anniversary of independence on Monday. Plus, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce has made it back-to-back Olympic titles in the women's 100 meters.