LONDON – Usain Bolt did it again. The Jamaican sprinter electrified the Olympic Stadium Sunday in winning the 100 meters – just like he did four years ago in Beijing.
Bolt set a new Olympic record of 9.6 as he pulled away from the field. His training partner, Yohan Blake, won the silver in 9.75, and American Justin Gatlin was third in 9.79.
After the race, Steve Futterman caught up with Bolt and Gatlin.