The Anticipation was high last night as the whole world waited to see if Usain Bolt could make history by setting a new world record and retaining his Olypmpic sprint double gold.
The race barely lasted 20 seconds and if you blinked you missed it. Bolt won the 200 meters in 19.32 seconds. Bolt led a Jamaican sweep as the country took gold, silver, and bronze in the Men's 200 meter race. But no new world record.
After the race Bolt declared himself "the greatest athlete" to have lived after sealing an Olympic sprint double.
"I'm a living legend," he said, as he becomes the first man ever to successfully defend both 100m and 200m titles.
Afterwards, he admitted: "I was fast but I wasn't fit enough," before warning: "I am not ready to retire. I love this sport."