Usain Bolt Is Still The Fastest Man Alive, Wins London Gold With New Olympic Record Of 9.63 Seconds

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After cruising through his heat and the semis, Usain Bolt once again showed why he is the greatest sprinter in history by demolishing the 100 meter final with a new Olympic record of 9.63 seconds.

The Jamaican beat out fellow countryman Yohan Blake, who took silver at 9.75, and American Justin Gatlin who will earn the bronze. A total of seven runners finished under ten seconds in what was just a ridiculous race, the fastest in history. [BBC]

Update: Video removed by demand of IOC.