Published August 05, 2012
It's Usain Bolt's world and everyone else is living in it. Once again, Bolt blew through the field and took home gold at the Olympics, finishing the 100m finals in a time of 9.63. After questions about whether Bolt was ready -- prompted by Yohan Blake's win at the Jamaican trials -- the world record holder reminded everyone who's the boss.
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And the funny thing about it is that Bolt didn't even get off to a great start. He was slow out of the blocks, lagging a bit behind and everyone hit their stride. And then he decided it was just time to go.
Watch what happened when Bolt hit the afterburners. It was all over.
This field was absolutely loaded. Seven of the participants went under 10 seconds in the final. The only one that didn't, Asafa Powell, pulled up lame. And he ran sub-10 in the semifinals.
But once again, it was all about Bolt. And damn, he is fast.
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