Some of the athletes preparing for the Games didn't attend the world Indoors in Istanbul, while others fixed indoor goals to achieve. Turkey got a lot of critics about the organization and some technical stuff, but this didn't affect at all the great ambiance of the worlds!
The Pentathlon record done by Natallia Dobrynska was the biggest surprise! When Jessica Ennis intended to break the world record that had stand for 20 years, Natallia stole it in front of her doing her best performance in Long Jump in that pentathlon. Dobrynska was the first woman to break the 5000 points barrier, she scored 5013 while Ennis broke the National record with 4965, and the previous world record was 4991 for Irina Belova. Although, the world record in heptathlon was broke by Ashton Eaton scoring 6645 points, the previous record was also held by Eaton. Brittney Reese was 14cm far from the world record, in the last jump she scored 7.23m!
Ali Hazer was sent to represent Lebanon after his 8.34s on 60m Hurdles next to his Brother Ahmad who clocked 8.24s improving his national record of 8.36s but done outdoor. Ahmad decided to focus on the Games just like Gretta Taslakian who will represent Lebanon for the 3rd time in the Games! In Istanbul, Ali ran a bad race, which is common in hurdles, the only mistake you do can ruin the whole race.
Now, all the eyes are turned for London, as in every Olympics, we expect the unexpected!