Video of Usain Bolt Winning Gold at London Olympics.
Yohan Blake who had beat Bolt at the Jamican trials captures the silver with a 9.75. Former Gold Medalist Justin Gatlin ran a 9.79 to take the Bronze.
Bolt say’s it best:
“Means a lot, because a lot of people were doubting me. A lot of people were saying I wasn’t going to win, I didn’t look good. There was a lot of talk,” Bolt said. “It’s an even greater feeling to come out here and defend my title and show the world I’m still No. 1.”
“One step closer to becoming a legend. So I’m happy with myself.”
- Video: Usain Bolt Wins Gold in 100 (everyjoe.com) Usain Bolt had all eyes on him. And, despite the pressure, the sprinting legend from Jamaica delivered. For the second straight Olympics, Usain Bolt won the gold medal in the 100 meter sprint at the 2012 London Olympic Games. His time of 9.63 seconds was the second fastest time ever. The fastest time? Usain Bolt holds that record.
- Usain Bolt Wins 2nd Consecutive Olympic 100 Gold (abcnews.go.com) Usain Bolt Wins 2nd Consecutive. By HOWARD FENDRICH AP Sports Writer Pulling away from the pack with every long stride, Usain Bolt crossed the finish line and wagged his right index finger. Maybe not better than ever, but Bolt is definitely back.
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- Bolt, the fastest man the Olympics have ever seen (todayonline.com) LONDON – Usain Bolt fired up a cool evening at London’s Olympic Stadium as only he can when he retained his 100 metres title with a thrilling reassertion of his status as the world’s supreme sprinter last night. Banishing any doubts about his fitness and form, the Jamaican dipped across the line in 9.
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