Usain Bolt has proved that his win in the 100m dash in the IAAF world championships in Beijing was no fluke as he literally jugged the last 20 meters picking up an impressive win in the 200 meters race.
Usain Bolt ran an impressive 19.55 seconds and was technically proficient as usual as he chose him moment very well, showing good acceleration on the bend to open up a gap between himself and Gatlin. Bolt picked up his 10 medal at the world championships and was very glad as his celebrations made quite clear. Anaso Jobodwana of South Africa came in third in the race as Justin Gatlin cut a dejected figure in second after Bolt and the American had been neck and neck in the first 90 meters.
Bolt would now be looking for another treble when he competes in the 4-by-100 meter relay later in the week with the other Jamaican contingent. Usain Bolt has cemented himself as the very best sprinter of this generation and possibly the best ever and unlike Gatlin, Bolt doesn’t need drugs to perform at his very best.