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Video: Watch The 200-Meter Olympic Finals Here
You know the deal now: maybe you haven’t seen the finals of the 200-meter race at the Olympics yet. You are about to see that result be discussed here. If you do not want to see this, you should leave this post now and check back when you want to know what happened. Cool? Cool. Video, and spoilers, below.
You sure you’re good? Okay then.
Again, warning: spoilers ahead.
Well, Usain Bolt is still Usain Bolt. He might have lost during trials, but on the big stage, when it really counted: untouchable. He won in the 100 meters, setting an Olympic record in the process. And today, he defended his gold in the 200 meters as well, taking the race in 19.32 seconds. It wasn’t a world record (Bolt himself – of course – holds that, at 19.19), or an Olympic record (Bolt himself – of course – holds that one, too, at 19.30), but only one person has ever run 200 meters faster (Bolt’s countryman Yohan Blake), and only one other has ever run it as fast (Michael Johnson). So… good time.
So it’s entirely indisputable now – Usain Bolt is one of the greatest sprinters ever, if not the absolute greatest. He’s got the 100- and 200-meter world records. He’s got the 100 and 200 golds at back-to-back Olympics. What more can he do? 9.4? Legendary status? Unquestionably. McDonald’s? Probably. See the race – and Bolt managing to fit in some post-race push-ups – below.
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