Jamaica's Usain Bolt celebrates after winning gold medal in men's 100 meter final Sunday / CHRISTOPHE SIMON
(CBS News) LONDON -- Usain Bolt has his eyes on the history books at the London Olympics.
The Jamaican runner says he's seeking nothing short of legendary status.
Bolt, the star of the 100 meters, began his 200 meter campaign Tuesday.
So, the drama has started as to whether Bolt will be able to repeat his double-gold, which he got last time and which he says he needs to become the legend he wants to be. He cruised through his heat Tuesday and awaits his next race.
The U.S. women's soccer team is supposed to be the class of the Olympic field, but it took them 30 minutes of extra time -- and the controversial help of the Norwegian referee -- to squeak by a stubborn team from Canada.
Three times, the Canadians took the lead. Three times, the U.S. came back -- the last time with the benefit of a shocking call for hand ball from the ref.
The American penalty kick tied the game again. And a header on the very last play of overtime saved the U.S. team from what would have been an embarrassing loss.
The team goes on to the final against Japan now. The Canadians, when they stop fuming, will play France for the bronze.
The darling of these Games, though, U.S. gymnast Gabby Douglas, did not repeat her success of last week.
The surprise winner of the all-round gold was a disappointment on the uneven bars, finishing last. But she's not done here and will compete on the balance beam Tuesday.
"I have one more and hopefully, I'm going to be mentally strong for that."
Hurdler Lolo Jones has had her own challenges, criticized for relentless self-promotion not backed up by performance. Well, she performed: Lolo won her heat and was the second-fastest qualifier in the 100 meter hurdles.
Other highlights -- literally -- Jenn Suhr won a tough pole vault competition, denying Russian Yelena Isinbayeva an Olympic hat trick.
And the men's 400 meter produced one of those Olympic moments -- a win for the Dominican Felix Sanchez from an unlikely outside lane, then a gold for podium emotion, as he wept.