Last start he got way out of the back but made good steady ground late and tonight from the leader’s back The Wolf is confident he can outsprint the favourite in the sprint lane and get us the chocolates.
This son of Sir Prize has won 21 of his 40 starts, placing in a further 13 of them. He has drawn in Box 6 but that should just mean a better price as he is just as deadly from the squeeze boxes as he is from the inside.
This race always looked to be a race between two of the big names of the games in Katie Ledecky and Sarah Sjostrom and the semi-final was no different.
The Wolf thinks that Ledecky was was holding back with her time of 1.54.81 which was just behind Sjodtrom’s 1.54.65. Happy to go with the American superstar here and there is a slight chance that we may see another world record.