RIO DE JANEIRO: If there were any doubts, it took less than 10 seconds - 9.81, to be exact - for Usain Bolt to erase them. He is the Olympic champion once again.
On a muggy Sunday night in Rio, the Jamaican superstar won the signature event in track and field in a runaway and added this line to his already gleaming resume: first person to capture three straight 100-meter titles at the Olympics.
The 6-foot-5 sprinter/celebrity overcame his typically slow unfurling from the blocks, gradually worked up speed, caught American Justin Gatlin with 40 meters left and was celebrating - pointing at his chest with his thumb - before he crossed the finish line.
The blacks have enormous energy and Stamina compared to rest, I doubt if anybody can win against these Blacks. However, Khudos to Bolt.
syed abdul Wasay
You mean Africans yes they are genetically stronger
he has proved that he is best athlete of this world in this century.
Congrats to Usain Bolt on his record achievement.
IOA should hire such people from international pool, make them play for tricolour and increase the tally of medals for our country! By doing so, we can have better self esteem and will help building our own talent pool at that standards!!
Usain Bolt is a marvel of the track event. His records are here to stay for a long long time.
Usain ''unstoppable'' Bolt
Congratulations Bolt! You are the best!
3_win in 3 consecative Olympics is great achievement. Hat''s off to Usain Bolt.
doping charged 34 yr old gatlin wins second place..now thats interesting
Hats off to the man. Its amazing how a small, island nation of Jamaica dedicated itself to building short distance sprinters and took on the US.