Usain Bolt sets new Olympic record, Gold Medal Record at 9.63 in Men’s 100 M

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LONDON – Usain Bolt is still the undefeated champion of Men’s 100 meter.  He is now considered as the fastest man in the world. Johan Blake, fellow Jamaican, got 9.75 and United States representative, Justin Gatin got 9.75.

Many believed that Usain Bolt will not win this time and his fellow runner Johan Blake will get the gold, but Usain prove them all that they were wrong.

0805 getty usain bolt tall 3 Usain Bolt sets new Olympic record, Gold Medal Record at 9.63 in Men’s 100 M

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After the 100 meters game, he is now focused on depending his Beijing Gold medals in the 200 meters and 4×100 relay. Bolt aims to have an Olympic record of being the first runner in Olympic history to ever defend all three title.

Usain Bolt was quoted saying, “Without a doubt, hands down, [being at] the top is harder than anything else, When you get to the top, you know it’s good. You’re working and enjoying it. Sometimes you lose sight of what’s going on around you. Yeah, you know what it takes to get there, but sometimes you lose sight because everybody is praising you, everybody thinks you’re great and you’re doing well.”

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