Whenever he is on the track, it seems like hes running in another gear, leaving all of the other athletes to compete for second. Weve all seen the viral photo of one of his earlier races. i thought about thisThat wasnt an anomaly, either. In tonights relay, Bolt received the baton at right about the same time as his competitors, but in a mere 100m, he managed to distance himself from the pack and win the gold for Jamaica easily. http://owenhendersonmind.universitypunjabi.org/2016/08/07/a-background-analysis-of-major-elements-for-selection-processWhen asked how he would celebrate his historic performance in Rio, Bolt replied, Im to stay up late and have fun. I never knew this would happen when I started out. Hes certainly earned the right to have a little fun (just hopefully not as much fun as Ryan Lochte ) after dominating in what he says will be his last Olympic games. Bolt turns 30 this Sunday and would be 33 when the 2020 games kick off in Rio. Hes been adamant that he will not participate, citing next years World Championships as his last competition. His teammate, Yohan Blake, is hoping thats not true, though. Usain needs to be immortal and he is immortal, Blake said.
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