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Holy Shit, Usain Bolt

Over the last couple of years, there’s been no reason to think Usain Bolt could be as dominant in Rio as he was in Beijing or London. He’ll turn 30 during those games, for one. For another, he sat out many of the big races since 2013, and lost a lot of time to nagging hamstring troubles last year. Then he went and won…

Usain Bolt Is Back

Usain Bolt has always been talked about like he’s an elemental being, an athlete not bound to the laws of nature. When he set the world record in the 100 meters for the first time in Beijing, he visibly slowed and celebrated as he crossed the line, costing himself at least 0.1 seconds. He then set a double…

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