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Usain Bolt’s 200 Meters of Redemption

Posted on 3 Sep, 2011, by in Miscellaneous

There’s wasn’t too much doubt, but one failure, even if it’s because of a stupid rule, immediately creates buzzing, whispers, allegations, doubts. Usain Bolt, as confident and a tad arrogant as he always is, needed a dominant performance in the 200 meters finals today in Daegu. He delivered, with a fantastic 19.40, the 4th fastest time in history. More

Usain Bolt Leaves us With Questions and Worries

Posted on 29 Aug, 2011, by in Miscellaneous

Usain Bolt fell and failed due to a stupid rule. He did false start, but this one and done thing by the IAAF is idiotic and threw out the man, maybe the only man, with an appeal to the general public. But Bolt’s disqualification does raise some questions and thoughts. More

Usain Bolt Disqualified, Jamaica Still Take Gold via Yohan Blake

Posted on 28 Aug, 2011, by in Miscellaneous

A Jamaican won the Men’s 100 meter race, but not the one everyone thought, expected to bring home gold. Usain Bolt, the fastest man alive, the fastest man in history, who set the current World record of 9.58 two years ago in the previous World Championships began too early, and fell victim to the one strike you’re out rule. Fellow countryman Yohan Blake, with 9.92, took home the gold while the field and crowd were still stunned by the turn of events. More