So is there room in the same Olympics for both the best swimmer and best sprinter of all time? Jamaica's Usain Bolt showed what he can do when he decides to run the entire distance, grabbing his his second world record and his second Olympic gold medal, winning the 200-meters in 19.30 seconds to break Michael Johnson's 12-year-old record. So he's the first man to break the world record in both the 100 and 200 at the same Olympics, and the first since Carl Lewis in 1984 to win the sprint double. And now it's time to play Know Your Usain Bolt: • Native of Trelawny, Jamaica. • Original sport of choice: Cricket. • Also enjoys: Dancing. • Michael Johnson quote: "Incredible. He got an incredible start. Guys of 6-5 should not be able to start like that. It's that long, massive stride. He's eating up so much more track than others. He came in focused, knowing he would likely win the gold and he's got the record." He beat Churandy Martina by 0.52 second — about four body length — the largest margin of victory in an Olympic 200 since the first race in 1900. The last man to hold both world records simultaneously was Donald Quarrie, also from Jamaica. And the best thing about this? In a sport where record-breaking sprinters are always under suspicion for doping, Bolt has never failed a drug test, nor is he a suspiciously late bloomer. I say that his success is due to his carefully regimented diet. Update: Awful Announcing comes through with video from the BBC feed: Bolt Blasts 200 Meter Field in 19.3 world record [USA Today]