5 Olympic things to know for Sunday

By The Associated Press | August 5, 2012 | 10:40 AM EDT

Runners pass through the historic landmark of Leadenhall Market in London during the women's marathon at the 2012 Summer Olympics on Sunday, Aug. 5, 2012. (AP Photo/Julien Behal, PA) UNITED KINGDOM OUT; NO SALES; NO ARCHIVE

LONDON (AP) — Here are five things to look out for at the London Olympics on Sunday:

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1. BRITAIN'S MORNING AFTER: Jubilation over what happened at the track Saturday night spills into Sunday, with British athletes — Jessica Ennis foremost among them — lofted heartily onto the collective national shoulders.

2. AND SPEAKING OF THE TRACK: Three key things to watch there Sunday above the others — Bolt, Bolt and Bolt. And did we mention Bolt? Also Yohan Blake, the other formidable half of the Jamaican dynamic duo.

3. FROM ENNIS TO TENNIS: Roger Federer goes for the gold for Switzerland against Britain's Andy Murray in a Wimbledon final rematch on the same Centre Court. Also: Americans Venus and Serena Williams take on the Czech Republic in doubles for the gold.

4. IN THE GYM: After Gabby Douglas' gold medal, her U.S. teammate McKayla Maroney gets a chance at the spotlight as the prohibitive favorite in the vault final. The field also includes Oksana Chusovitina of Germany and Giulia Steingruber of Switzerland.

5. WRESTLING BEGINS: Time to hit the mat. Watch Iran, which comes in with lots of talent and high hopes to win its first Greco-Roman wrestling gold.