LONDON, United Kingdom – Jamaica’s Usain Bolt sealed his status as the greatest sprinter of all time after retaining the men’s Olympic 100m title with an electrifying display on Sunday.
The world record holder turned on the after-burners at 60m to clock an Olympic record of 9.63sec, the second fastest time in history.
Bolt banished the doubts that had surrounded him in the build-up to the Olympics after he was beaten by training partner Yohan Blake in the Jamaican trials, but the young pretender was left trailing two metres behind.
“I executed and that was the key,” Bolt said. “When it comes to the championships, it’s all about business for me and I brought it.
“I feel extremely good and I’m happy.”
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