Crowds stream into the Olympic Park on competition day 11
SHOWS: LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM (AUGUST 7, 2012)(REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. CROWDS STREAM INTO THE OLYMPIC PARK 2. CROWDS ENTER PARK WITH OLYMPIC STADIUM IN THE BACKGROUND 3. MORE OF CROWDS ARRIVING 4. PEOPLE SIT OUTSIDE 'COPPER BOX' STADIUM WHERE HANDBALL IS TAKING PLACE 5. (SOUNDBITE)(English) TEAMGB SUPPORTER FROM LONDON, DAVE, SAYS: "It's been fantastic, it's beyond my expectations. We went to Wimbledon last Thursday and we're here now in the Olympic Park for a day of hopefully more success" 6. DUTCH FANS ARRIVE AT RIVER BANK ARENA TO WATCH HOCKEY 7. EXTERIOR OF RIVER BANK ARENA 8. PEOPLE ENTER THE RIVER BANK ARENA 9. (SOUNDBITE)(English) UNIDENTIFIED DUTCH FAN FROM AMSTERDAM SAYS: "It's been really great, the logistics are great, the people are great, everybody's friendly. So it's a fantastic Olympics I believe" 10. PEOPLE ENTER SECURITY LINES TO STADIUM 11. VELODROME AND BMX TRACK SEEN BEHIND PEOPLE ENTERING RIVERBANK ARENA 12. OLYMPIC FLAG STORY: Sports fans streamed into the Olympic Park on Tuesday (August 7) morning for another full schedule of sporting action as the London games enter the 11th day of competition. Usain Bolt will run in the 200m heats on Tuesday, bidding to become the first man to win two golds at that distance and cement his place as unquestionably the greatest sprinter in history. He won 100m gold on Sunday and also runs in the 4x100. "It's been fantastic, it's beyond my expectations. We went to Wimbledon last Thursday and we're here now in the Olympic Park for a day of hopefully more success." said Dave from London, enjoying the success of TeamGB. Tuesday begins with men's hockey favourites Netherlands taking on South Korea in the first round at the Riverbank Arena. A group of Dutch fans had nothing but praise for the organisation of the games. "It's been really great, the logistics are great, the people are great, everybody's friendly. So it's a fantastic Olympics I believe." one said. In other action on day 11, women's 100m hurdles world champion Sally Pearson is favourite to improve on the silver she took in Beijing. The Australian, who holds the event's fastest performance since 1992 (12.28 seconds), is likely to face competition from American duo Lolo Jones, best remembered for stumbling in the final while favourite in Beijing, and defending Olympic champion Dawn Harper. Kenya's Asbel Kiprop, the world's fastest man over 1500m this year, will have one thing on his mind in London -- to win the event properly. The world champion has often expressed his dissatisfaction at taking Olympic gold in Beijing after Rashid Ramzi was stripped of his title for a doping offence. Algerian Taoufik Makhloufi, who beat Kiprop in Sunday's semi-final, was provisionally thrown out of the Games for not trying hard enough in an 800m heat, but later reinstated. Makhloufi had not planned to run in the 800m heats, but the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) said his team had failed to withdraw him in time and he had to compete. When he stepped off the track after jogging round for half a lap, the athletics referee disqualified him from all further events for not making a bona fide effort. His team said he had a knee injury. The IAAF later said in a statement his disqualification had been revoked after a review of medical evidence. After 10 days of competition, China lead the overall medals table with 31 golds, with the United States close behind on 29. Hosts Britain lie third with 18 after picking up wins in team show jumping and for Jason Kenny in the track cycling sprint.