Olympic match-ups at third Kamila Skolimowska Memorial | 18.08.2012
The event will see a total of 12 Olympic Medallists in 12 events, with the big Olympic rematches coming in the men's shot put and women's hammer.
The men's shot put will feature Polish star and Olympic champion Tomasz Majewski coming up against the bronze medallist from that event, Reese Hoffa of the USA, along with Dylan Armstrong of Canada.
In the women's hammer, silver medallist in London Anita Wlodarczyk (POL) will be hoping to channel the home crowd's energy into getting a revenge victory over the woman who beat her to the Olympic title, Russia's Tatyana Lysenko.
Two Olympic relay winners will be taking center stage in the men's and women's 100m. Kemar Bailey-Cole (JAM) will be coming up against 2003 World champion Kim Collins (SKN), relay medallist Keston Bledman (TRI) , and Zambian record holder Gerald Phiri.
American female sprinter Jeneba Tarmoh will be taking on double Olympic finalist Muriele Ahoure (CIV) and European Indoor Champion and Olympic relay Bronze medallist Olesya Povh (UKR).
Bronze medallist in London Warren Weir (JAM) is hot favourite in the 200m, while in the 800m Leo Manzano (USA), who won silver in the Olympic 1500m, will come up against Polish duo Marcin Lewandowski and Adam Kszczot, in addition to World Indoor silver medallist Jakub Holusa (CZE).
Bronze medallist in the hurdles Hansle Parchment (JAM) will run against the Americans Jeff Porter and Ryan Wilson in the 110m hurdles.
In the discus, bronze medallist in London, Gerd Kanter (EST), will not only be competing against Polish home favourites Piotr Malachowski, Przemysław Czajkowski and Robert Urbanek, but also British record holder Lawrence Okoye and Australian record holder Ben Harradine, both Olympic finalists.
South African Oscar Pistorius goes in the disabled 100m as part of his preparations for the upcoming defence of his 100m, 200m and 400m Paralympics gold medals in the T44 category.
Czech Olympic semifinalist, Pavel Maslak, is the favourite in the 400m and in the pole vault Steven Lewis (UK) will be up against the home crowd's efforts to propel Polish vaulter Lukasz Michalski to a winning performance.
The men's hammer will see four Olympic finalists compete against home star Pawel Fajdek, who will be vying to make up for a disappointing Olympics where despite some good efforts, he didn't progress past the qualification round.
The women's 1500m will feature former Russian number one, Yulia Chizhenko.