Sunday, August 23, 2015

Usain Bolt Did It Again, Beat Gatlin By 0.01 Seconds


Jamaica sprinter Usain Bolt has done it again beating his rival Justin Gatlin in the 100m gold at the World Athletics Championships in Beijing Sunday.

The Jamaican athlete, who has struggled with injury all season long, surged home in 9.79 seconds beating Gatlin putting him in  the silver place. 


He Bronze medal was shared between  Andre De Grasse and Trayvon Bromell who finished at the same time of 9.92 seconds.

Bolt told BBC Sports "This means a lot because I've been struggling all season," "It's taken me a while to work things out. It's been up and down but it's okay now."  

Bolt's winning at 9.79 was a season's best it was down on the 9.77 clocked by Gatlin in the semifinals earlier in the day.

The American was neck and neck with Bolt after 80m he seemed to have loose his balance while he approached the finish line leaving Bolt to savor yet another big-stage victory.

Congratulation to Usain Bolt. 


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