The world's fastest man and Jamaican superstar is running in his final Games. - From USA TODAY
Log Out Usain Bolt acknowledges the cheers.(Photo: James Lang, USA TODAY Sports) RIO DE JANEIRO — Usain Bolt went full-bore for 60 meters on Sunday before taking a peek at the competition drifting into his rearview mirror, and then at the cameras lining the inner lane of the track here at Olympic Stadium.
Immortal.” Gatlin (9.89) finished second, completing his collection of medals in the 100, a gold from Athens in 2004 and a bronze in London in 2012.
Andre De Grasse (9.91) of Canada earned bronze, the first Canadian to medal in the distance since Donovan Bailey won gold at the 1996 Atlanta Games.
It all seemed strangely familiar, reminiscent of his past glories in Beijing, in London, in cities across the world.
Bolt’s first gold in the 100, at the 2008 Beijing Games, broke his world record.