Usain Bolt, the King of Sprinting proved it again by winning the 100 metres in 9.81 seconds at Rio Olympics, making him the first ever athlete in Olympic history to win three gold medals in a row. The 29 year old Jamaican born legend, bolted to victory by surpassing his opponents Justin Gatlin of America who crossed the line in 9.89 taking silver and Andre de Grasse of Canada who was just behind at 9.91 claiming bronze.
Usain Bolt, termed to be the fastest man in the world caught up with American Justin Gatlin with 40 metres left on track beating him by just 0.8 seconds. The stadium echoed with the voice of his fans chanting out his name in unison as he made victory. His contender Justin Gatlin on the other hand, who was banned from the Games twice for severe doping charges soon after 2004 Olympic Games, was booed by the entire audience.
Overjoyed by this remarkable victory, Usain Bolt then charmed his fans and followers by showing off his signature Lightning pose with his elbow tilted and fingers pointed upwards as if he is aiming for the stars shooting an arrow of lightning bolt.
Bolt has now won Gold in all of the seven Olympic events he has ever participated in, i.e. at 100m, 200m and 4 x 100m relay at both Beijing Games 2008 and London Games 2012.
This wasn’t his fastest or even the best record time but unfortunately, Bolt has said constantly that Rio Olympics will be his final Olympics. He will turn 30 years of age as Rio Olympics concludes and has plans to retire after the London World track and field Championships, next year.
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