Bolt completed Sunday's race in 9.81 seconds and became the first Olympian to win the event three times in a row.
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Superstar Like Usain Bolt are Born to Win Usain Bolt may be a dangerous, bad man. The 29-year-old sprinter might have had a lot of queries encompassing him before these Olympic Games than in previous runs, however Bolt has a minimum of answered the bell to the present purpose. Bolt, running in heat seven for the 100-meter sprint competition, came out of the blocks slow.

Usain Bolt retains his Olympic crown with stunning performance Bolt trails to Justin Gatlin but roars back to win in 9.81 seconds.

He is the Olympic champion once again.

On a muggy Sunday night in Rio, the Jamaican superstar won the signature event in track and field in a runaway and added this line to his already gleaming resume: first person to capture three straight 100-metre titles at the Olympics.


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