Usain Bolt Wins Unprecedented Third Straight 100-Meter Dash At Rio Olympics
James Lang, USATSI

Jamaica’s Usain Bolt entered the 2016 Rio Olympics as the fastest man in the world. He’ll leave the games with that same familiar tagline.

Upon further review, it’s not even close.

Jamaica’s Usain Bolt isn’t just the fastest man in the world, still. The man is arguably the greatest sprinter of all-time.

He cemented his legacy with his unprecedented third straight Gold Medal in the 100-Meter Dash at these 2016 Rio Olympic games. Bolt ran his race in an unfathomable 9.81 seconds. Second was Justin Gatlin of the United States. The Bronze went to Andre De Grasse of Canada.

Folks, this one wasn’t even fair:

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