Usain Bolt becomes first athlete to retain Olympic 100m and 200m titles


Jamaican sprinter, Usain Bolt, who is also known as the fastest man ever has become the first athlete in history to retain the Olympic 100m and 200m titles. Bolt on August 8, 2012 created history and will now be counted as one of the greatest names in track and field.

The sprinter said, “I’m now a legend. I’m also the greatest athlete to live”. Looking at his bow and arrow performance, he might even achieve at the archery section as well. After leaving behind his training partner and younger compatriot Yohan Blake Bolt said that this is what he wanted and that he is proud of himself.