After exciting performances as one of Kenya’s elite athletes, David Rudisha has cut a niche for himself as one of the greatest among track athletes. His world leading time of 1:41:51, nearly breaking his own world record is no mean feat. With the Olympics on the horizon, and many athletes waiting for the grandest stage of them all, it is likely this man will be the show-stopper. Although the 100 metres seems to be gearing up as the battle of the Titans, David Rudisha seems to be in his own league, and might prove that he is the best of his generation. Many have assumed that, being from Kenya, what he achieves is to be expected, but to rise from a country with so many elite athletes, Rudisha is a force to reckon with. Many critics believe that the 800 m male finals is decided, and Rudisha might only have to run against time. The competion is top notch, but this man’s success will be only his to let go of. At London 2012, many Kenyan athletes will shine, but now, more than ever, eyes will be on this man Rudisha. He aims to make history, and be the greatest 800 m athlete of his generation. Team Kenya comes to the Olympics beaming with confidence, and their captain is the one person who will likely create one of the most memorable moments of the olympics.