Source: USA Today
Usain Bolt, who set the track world on fire four years ago with a dominant performance in Beijing, looks like he’s going to do it again in London.
Bolt, 25, the Jamaican world recordholder and defending Olympic champion, exploded down the track at London’s Olympic Stadium and won the gold medal Sunday night in a blazing time of 9.63.
It broke his Olympic record set in Beijing — 9.69 — and was just .05 off the world record of 9.58 he set in 2009.
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