Proving once again that he is the greatest sprinter that has ever lived, Usain Bolt blitzed his competition in the men’s 200m final at the Rio Olympics.
Coming in as the favourite, the only competition he had was with himself to break his world record of 19.19 seconds.
The look on his face said it all, when he crossed the finish line well ahead of competitors that he was disappointed he didn’t beat his world record.
With conditions not at their best, Bolt managed to stop the clock at 19.78 seconds, well off from his absolute best but still enough for him to take home gold.
Now he will focus on the 4x100m, which is the last piece of the puzzle to complete his third triple-triple, which will immortalise Bolt as the greatest sprinter the world has ever seen.