Sunday, August 5, 2012

FASTEST MAN WHO'S EVER LIVED: Usain Bolt storms to record time in 100m

Usain Bolt wins 100m olympic gold at London 2012

Usain Bolt who before the 100m Olympic final held the records for fastest time in the 100m dash, has won Olympic gold once again. The world record stands at 9.58 - record held by Bolt. The Olympic record stands at 9.69 a record which is also help by Usain Bolt. Speculation has been rife about Bolt's fitness and will he even stand among the final medal winners. Just before the race there was no 'Do The Bolt' the lightning striking post of Usain Bolt. In face before the start of the race by put his finger to his mouth and shushed the audience. It was like him saying hold your breath and wait for the result. It must have also symbolized that it was time to silence the critics of who there are many. Usain won the race with a new Olympic record 9.64. Proving he is still the man to beat and the fastest man on the planet. 

Yohan Blake, won the silver in 9.75,  Justin Gatlin of the U.S. took the bronze in 9.79. Post winning Usain said that he went out there to challenge a mountain and beat the odds said Justin Gaitlin. Check out the video of the 100m Olympic final below and see for yourself how the fastest man on the plannet won the race in style.

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