London Olympics 2012: the world’s fastest man, Bolt hits world’s history

In the London Olympics-men’s 100m final marquee track and field event, the world’s fastest sprinter Usian Bolt of Jamaica kept his position, his title again by winning the 100-meter dash in 9.63 seconds on Sunday night.

He has defeated his compatriot and training partners Yohan Blake and American 2004 Olympic gold medalist Justin Gatlin, getting his 100m titles and becoming only the second runner after the iconic Carl Lewis as the only men with consecutive gold medals Games.

By this victory, champion Bolt has hit a new historical record in Olympic beat his own 9.69 seconds record in the 2008 Olympic final, but slower than his world record of 9.58sec set in 2009.

According to reports, the 25-year-old Jamaican was suffering a crisis of form and fitness, only 95% fit after his defeat to Blake in the Jamaican trials and injured. But his marvelous spirit to win proves nothing is impossible, we should live in danger of forgetting.

“I tell you people, when it comes to the championships it’s about business for me — and I brought it,” Bolt said, adding “I executed, and that’s the key, I stopped worrying about the start. The end is what’s important.”

Hitting bow-and-arrow celebration on Bolt Olympic-record time, Thousands in the crowd set to see victory of Bolt, they shouted “Usain! Usain! Usain!”

With slow start in first round, Bolt has up after crossing 50m and he then smothered the field with excellence sprint, Bolt left behind Blake and Gatlin 2-3 metres who claimed silver and bronze with 9.75sec and 9.79sec record.

By this marquee event winning, Bolt joining Tyson Gay, Asafa Powell and Blake, the all-time top ranked four fastest men in history.

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