100m Final

Yet again Usain Bolt confidently brushed aside the worlds best in the Olympic 100m final. Are there any limits to his success? Not only did he run faster then Beijing, he also beat a field including Yohan Blake, Justin Gatlin, Tyson Gay, & Asafa Powell.

Numerically, this is how he did it:




Usain Bolt:

Reaction Time: 0.165sec

Winning Time: 9.63sec

0.06sec faster than Beijing

41 steps for Bolt to complete the race


Yohan Blake:

Reaction Time: 0.179sec

Winning Time: sec

46 steps for Bolt to complete the race

The real burning question is, can Bolt hold his title in Rio 2016? or will his powers be deminished? Only time will tell.


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