Found August 11, 2013 on
Every year the announcers say Usain Bolt is vulnerable and every year Bolt does this.
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At this point it’s not even news that Usain Bolt dominated a sprinting competition. But Sunday night in Moscow, the Jamaican sensation blew past the competition to win the 100 meters at the 2013 World Track and Field Championships.
Bolt started slowly but kicked it into gear midway through the race and shot past American Justin Gatlin, who had to settle for a silver medal. Bolt...
Usain Bolt's pre-race antics were rather subdued. Very little emotion, not much enthusiasm -- at least not by his usually fun-loving standards.
His race was pretty ho-hum, too, just a quick burst out of the starting blocks before backing off and coasting across the finish line.
Sure, the Jamaican easily won his opening heat of the 100 meters Saturday at the world championships...
Make room, Carl Lewis. You too, Michael Johnson. Usain Bolt could
join your elite company by the time these 2013 world championships
are finished. The hard-charging, fun-seeking Jamaican will chase
two more world titles this week that could give him eight in his
career, tying him with Lewis and Johnson for most all-time.
Usain Bolt reclaimed his 100-meter world championship title Sunday.
The Jamaican great was pushed throughout the race during a steady rain, but he won back the title he lost two years ago in South Korea when a false start disqualified him from the final.
Bolt won the race at Luzhniki Stadium in 9.77 seconds. He set the 100 world record of 9.58 seconds at the 2009 worlds in Berlin...
It was no surprise that Olympic champion Usain Bolt won the 100 meters at the world championships in Moscow in a steady rain Sunday. But it was an amazing photo of lightning striking in the background just after the Jamaican sprinter broke the ribbon that is leaving jaws dropped.
Bolt bested American Justin Gatlin and fellow Jamaican Nesta Carter, running a 9.77 after falling...
The photo of lightning striking in the background of Usain Bolt's 2013 world championship-winning 100-meter dash is incredible. Here's how the photographer described it.
We've seen theatrics from Usain Bolt before, but Sunday in Moscow, the world's fastest sprinter took his on-track histrionics to a whole new level.
Running in the rain, Bolt won back his 100-meter world title at the IAAF World Championships with a time of 9.77 seconds -- just barely beating second-place finisher Justin Gatlin's 9.85. But it was a photograph taken just...
(Photo: Olivier Morin/AFP/Getty Images)
Jamaica’s Usain Bolt won the men’s 100-meter final with a 9.77 seconds showing at the 2013 IAAF World Championships in Moscow this weekend, but it was a photo that was snapped following the race which made the most headlines. Check out the photo of Usain with a perfect lightning bolt in the sky above him. Kind of perfect, right?
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