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David Rudisha, the 800 meters world champion and Olympic favorite, fancies his chances if he could meet Usain Bolt in the right race.
At a press conference for the season-opening Diamond League meet in Doha on Friday, Rudisha considered the possibility of facing Bolt in a showdown he'd love to prepare for but can't see happening.
The Kenyan picked the 4x400-meter relay for the dream clash with Bolt.
He says it would be ''interesting to see two world record-holders'' competing against one another.
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