Just like Sunday's 100m final, Usain Bolt cruised to victory again on Thursday, this time taking gold in the 200. It was Bolt's race once again as he eased off the gas near the finish line while recording a time of 19.32. That's just off the world record, and again: He took his foot off the gas near the finish.
Watch Bolt go to work in the 200m as he wins gold yet again.
Bolt's speed is just mind-blowing. In the 100, you could see him hit the jets and leave the competition in the dust. And that was in a nine-second race, in which there isn't a ton of room for error. In the 200, Bolt got off to a fast start, held off teammate Yohan Blake down the stretch, and took a little time to celebrate before crossing the finishing line. Just Bolt being Bolt.
That's a Jamaican sweep in the 200, adding to the country's 1-2 finish in the 100m. The Jamaican squad absolutely owns the sprints at the moment, with Bolt leading the way. Add in the 4x100 relay, in which Jamaica is favored, and Bolt could walk away with three gold medals in these Olympics.
It's Usain Bolt's Olympics, and we're all just witnesses to his exploits.
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