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.
In the non-Diamond League event, Usain Bolt (JAM) runs down Michael Rodgers (USA) to claim the win at 9.85, winning by .13 seconds.
Usain Bolt (JAM) has yet to win a 100m this season, but he scores his second 200m win at 19.73, winning by .19 seconds over Warren Weir (JAM), as home town favorite Christopher Lemaitre (FRA) fought for 3rd.
(Reuters) – Olympic champion Usain Bolt believes he is getting back to his best after the Jamaican trials gave him a confidence-boost in the build-up to next month’s world championships in Moscow. The world record holder won the 100 metres at last month’s trials to secure his place at the worlds, having been given a […]
(Reuters) – Olympic champion Usain Bolt responded to last week’s surprise sprint defeat in Rome by storming to a world-leading time of 19.79 seconds over 200 meters at the Bislett Diamond League meeting on Thursday. The Jamaican world record holder, surprisingly beaten over 100 meters by American Justin Gatlin in Italy, streaked away from the […]
After his upset during last week’s Diamond League in Rome, and with no serious challengers during this week’s Diamond League in Oslo, Usain Bolt (JAM) managed to pull off a meet record in the 200m at 19.79 seconds. So far, all four Men’s 200m races have been won by Jamaican team members.
Usain Bolt says he’s back to 100% after an injury and ready to race the 100m in the Rome Diamond League.
Usain Bolt plans to run in the London Diamond League event this summer.
The world’s fastest man, Usain Bolt, kicked off his 2013 season in the home of the upcoming summer Olympic games, Rio de Janeiro, cruising to a victorious 150m dash with the time of 14.2 seconds.
Universal Sports’ Nick Gismondi provides an update on Usain Bolt’s plans to run at the Golden Spike IAAF event.