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Rio-Olympic, Bolt is all set for creating his golden hat-trick.

“History is going to be created. I want to give a performance that the world remembers.”

These are the words of Usain Bolt. This would be his last Olympic, that means a lot for this champion runner. He is all focused for his golden hat-trick. Entangled in dope controversy for this whole year, he wants to give a golden feather to his game by winning gold making a hat-trick, a new record. Keeping thing simple and clear this fastest runner reached Rio as early as 27 April.

Before he got into the Olympic sports village( 3rd August) he stayed at a small hotel near to Rio De Janeiro airport with his coach and continued his practice. He behaved in a very friendly manner with the staffs of the hotel and down to earth, he never let them feel that they are with the world fastest runner.

Usain St. Leo Bolt was born on 21 Aug 1986. He is a Jamaican sprinter and three time Olympic gold medal winner. By covering 100m in 90.58 seconds he created a world record in 2009. For the first time Bolt came into the limelight by winning gold in the 200m Junior championship in the year 2002.

By 2004 he became a professional runner but, he remained absent for most of the competitions in the first two seasons due to his injuries. He defeated Jamaican nationalist record holder, Don Quarrie by completing 200m in 19.75 seconds in the 2004 Summer Olympics.

In May 2008, , Bolt created another world record by finishing 100m in 9.72 seconds. He created a world record in 100m and 200m race in the 2008 Summer Olympic held in Beijing. He broke his own record of 9.72 second in 100m by finishing in 9.69second and by completing 200m in 19.30 second he broke Michael Johnson’s 19.32 second record at 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics.

Just, one year after the Beijing Olympic he broke his own record at 2009 world championship by finishing 200m in 19.19 seconds.

The 2016 Rio-Olympic has already started, all we wish Usain all the very best for his last Olympic.

Suraj Suman
Author: Suraj Suman

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