Usain Bolt wins 100m gold at Moscow World Championships
Usain Bolt storms to another victory in the men’s 100m sprint at Moscow’s World Championships.
The world’s fastest man, Usain Bolt claims another golden victory in the men’s 100m. After false starting at the 2011 Championships in Daegu, it was more important for him to get off to a good start to claim that gold medal he missed out on.
Despite the rain, the Jamaican sprinter was out the blocks at top speed and was miles ahead of his peers in the blink of an eye. The race saw Bolt gain his season’s best of 9.77 seconds.
USA’s Justin Gatlin followed behind earning his silver medal and season’s best with the time of 9.85s. Jamaica’s other top sprinters Nesta Carter following closely into bronze position at 9.95s with team mates Kemar Bailey-Cole and Nickel Ashmeade 9.98s.
To celebrate his victory, the champion took to his Instagram and Twitter accounts to post a photo of himself in an ice-filled bath, with the message:
This is how i celebrate my victory..Thanks for the support my peeps…Felt the love with each stride.
Congratulations to on striking again Usain Bolt!
Watch him take the world by storm below.