I'm laughing at all the people predicting 1-8 points in the sprints.
The difference between 1st and 8th in the 60m was less than a fifth of a second, and running the slowest qualifying time (7.23) again in the final would have gotten you 6th, if you could have sped up to 7.08 or faster you would have won. Predicting that you would come in any place other than first or last tells me you didn't look at the results, or you know WAAAAY to much about your 60m time.
Almost the exact same thing in the 200m, 23.17 was the slowest qualifier, runner that again in the final gets you 6th, with 22.85 winning. 23.17 is not exactly a world away from 22.85. Looking at the results and saying "Yup, I could run faster than 23.03, but 23.00 is just too much to ask from me... I guess I'd score 4 points" is utterly ridiculous.