Eight years ago when Usain Bolt from Jamaica won the 100 m race by 9.69 seconds not only he made the world and Olympic record but won many hearts by becoming the fastest man in the world. Before that, it was never believed that a tall man could clinch the track event, but 6’5’’ tall Usain Bolt was born to make history and break records. From Beijing to London to Rio De Janeiro, Bolt ran like his name and now is the greatest athlete of all time.
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Bolt’s 9.81 sec was tag slower than his performances at Beijing and London Olympics but he is still faster than previous Olympic champions. The final race of Rio De Janeiro was split between two halves and till 6.1 sec Gatlin was in lead but Bolt took center stage at 8.7th second to push Gatlin towards silver medal.
Bolt’s strength was generally not seen in the first 50 meters, but it was the second half of the race where his long legs and arms comes in action and his body propelled like bolt.
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As is evident from his career stats, twelve times, Bolt has clocked faster than 9.80 but one must not forget that this man is getting older. From the first crown in Beijing at the age of 21 to now, when he is 29 and injuries here and there has impacted in melting him down.
His birthday is due in five days and still 200 meters and relay race are to be happening at Rio, where if chance be, he’ll be able to retain his other title as well. In his career as off now, whenever he ran he made records, 100 meters- 9.58s, 200 meters- 19.9s and in 4X100m relay.
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In his career he never won a silver medal, his medal legacy is written in gold only. With 2008 Olympics gold in 100m, 200m and 4X100m relay, 2009 World Championship gold in 100m, 200m, 4X100m, 2011 World Championships gold in 200m and 4X100m, 2013 World Championships gold in 100m, 200m and 4X100m relay, 2015 World Championships gold in 100m, 200m and 4X100m, he is the greatest sprinter in the world.
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As the player is ageing this could be Bolt’s farewell to Olympic but you never know if this man come back one day and become the oldest man to clinch gold in 100m race. Don’t judge Bolt by his races, he put Jamaica among the greatest nation in the sporting history. This might not be the farewell of Bolt after all- if he don’t fly then who will?