21 August 2016

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Usain Bolt Wins Third Consecutive Olympic Gold in 100m Final at Rio 2016

According to the latest update from the official sources of Summer 2016 Olympics, Usain Bolt has proved all his words true as a star man on the Rio 2016 Olympic Games by having won 100m Final Title on 14th of August 2016 for competing in the first part of his bid for triple-triple. After his slow start, the Jamaican has increased the speed pasting the rest of the field and completed in 9.81 seconds by defending the title that he has won at the London 2012 and Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. Now, Usain Bolt has become the first Olympic champion to have won three successive Olympic 100m titles. You can also check Summer Olympics Closing Ceremony details here.

Following the Usain Bolt, the Gatlin of the USA has taken the silver medal with 9.89 seconds and Andre de Grasse has claimed the Bronze medal with 9.91 seconds.

Usain Bolt Wins Third Consecutive Olympic Gold in 100m Race at Rio 2016

The bid of the Bolt for the triple-triple glory at the Rio Olympic games also include the 200m and 4x100m which he has won 4 and 8 years back. The 29 years old Usain Bolt has praised the crowd who were present in the Olympic stadium after completing the race. Bolt has run in the fastest time in the semi-finals i.e., 9.86 in spite of easing and reached the final line. Though he has been pulled out of the Jamaican trails because of the hamstring injury, he has proved his fitness at the games of London Anniversary and right from that time he has been in low profile in Brazil. But, he has made a pre-competition appearance at Rio in which he has showed all his natural talent dancing samba win the carnival dancers’ troupe entertaining the audience.


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