Usain Bolt bewitched the Olympic Stadium as he became the first man to achieve a “double double,” successfully defending both the 100m and 200m titles at the London 2012 Games.
As if there was any doubt, world Record holder, Usain Bolt (JAM), after being disqualified last time with a false start, gets it right today, beating Justin Gatlin (USA) by .08 seconds at 9.77.
Usain Bolt (JAM) runs a 10.07 in his heat to qualify for the Semi-Finals tomorrow.
In the non-Diamond League Men’s 100m race, the World’s fastest man, Usain Bolt of Jamaica, gets it done in 9.80 seconds, just .10 faster than Michael Rodgers (USA) who posted his season’s best.
In the final men’s 100m race of the Diamond League season, Jamacian Usain Bolt ran a slow, 9.90, Nickel Ashmeade was 2nd. Though he finished 3rd today, Justin Gatlin’s three wins this season allowed him to claim the overall Diamond League title.
Usain Bolt (JAM) talks about his team’s 3rd 4×100 win and the future.
World Record Holder Usain Bolt (JAM) talks about his record third 200m win and getting older.
In Men’s 200m, Usain Bolt (JAM) easily wins his third title (the first man to ever do so) at 19.66, .13 seconds faster than Warren Weir (JAM) and .38 seconds faster than Curtis Mitchell (USA).
During the second to last day of the 2013 IAAF World Championships in Moscow, Usain Bolt qualified for the 200m finals in 20.12 seconds, with Anaso Jobodwana nipping at his heels the whole way, coming in a close second at 20.13.
Usain Bolt talks about his first day on the track.
Track star Usain Bolt (JAM) has stated that the recent doping issues have tarnished the integrity of sprinting, and that he is clean.