Usain Bolt won third consecutive gold in Rio Olympics 2016

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Usain Bolt from Jamaica is no more an unknown name. He won the Rio Olympics gold medal for the third consecutive time when he won the 100-meter final race in the duration of 9.81 seconds only. It helped him to set a record to become the first man ever to complete this task in such a short period of time. This victory gave him a chance to get an immediate attention in the sports world.

Rio 2016 is lucky to have an athlete like Usain Bolt, a lightning star in elegant yellow and black, taking Brazilians to the top of the media outlets across the country. His total time of win 9.81 seconds was commendable.

Usain Bolt displayed a one-man show expressing his supreme qualities that draw attention towards him. His beautiful face, victorious glamor, forces us to think that a person like him has never seen before.

Usain St. Leo Bolt, a Jamaican Sprinter, born on August 21, 1986, is a well-known fastest person known until this time. He is the first man on this Planet to have created a world record of both the 100 meters and 200 meters. He has also set a world record in the relay race of 4 × 100. He is a renowned champion.

Not only this, he immediately gained popularity after his win in the double sprint in the year 2008 at Beijing Olympics. He then became the first person to win 6 gold medals for sprinting at the Olympic Games.

He is an 11-time World Champion, who consecutively won World Championship in the 100 m, 200 m, and 4 × 100 meters relay race starting from the year 2009 to the year 2015, excluding one of his false starts in the year 2011. He is considered as the most successful athlete of all times.


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