While he’ll be referred to for quite a while as the world’s speediest man, Usain Bolt missed the mark in the last individual race of his profession, completing third in the 100 meters at the world olympic style events titles in London.
Jolt still broke ten seconds, completing with a 9.95, yet was a hundredth of a moment behind American Christian Coleman and three hundredths behind gold medalist Justin Gaitlin. Jolt will in any case contend next Saturday in the 4×100 transfer, however has said different circumstances this would be the last individual race of his vocation.
Since breaking into the spotlight at the 2008 Olympics, Bolt has been the substance of olympic style events for about 10 years, softening records up the 100m and 200m. Between his strength on the track and identity off it, he will go down as one of the best Olympians ever.
You can watch video of his last race beneath.
Gaitlin, while excited with his title, paused for a minute to applaud Bolt after the race.