The great Jamaican Usain Bolt, retires after the IAAF World Championships in London, bringing the curtain down on an incomparable career. On Saturday, Fellow American Justin Gatlin secured a surprise victory in a season’s best 9.92 seconds in the 100m final with eight-time Olympic champion Bolt, and he had to settle for bronze. Another American Christian Coleman (9.94) took silver, by reigning 100m, and 200m with world record holder, who clocks 9.95 seconds.
But last night has still belonged to the fastest man in history because the match’s Victory player Gatlin genuflected to the Jamaican after his victory, Despite failing to claim a 12th world title.
Some Stills of the Fastest Man in his Last Match that Attracted Everyone
Usain Bolt shattered the quality of the starting blocks after getting his final 100 metres campaign off to a trembling start. The world’s fastest man in History has been anything but this year, running in his three races and only once breaking 10 seconds.
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