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It felt like homecoming again for Usain Bolt. He demonstrated once again why he is the fastest man on the planet. The Jamaican sprinter drop by the London’s Olympic Stadium Friday afternoon, the same place where he won his second consecutive Olympic gold medal. As expected, Bolt put on another show for the London fans. It was the Anniversary Games where Bolt finished first running a pedestrian 9.85secs beating his closest competitor Michael Rodgers by a tenth of a second(9.98). It didn’t start out well for Usain as he struggled out of the blocks; but nobody finishes the race better than Bolt.
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It was another easy day at the office. But will he ever sprint a perfect race? What would his race look like if he got out the block fast? What if he sprinted through the finish line without slowing down for a change; would that be the fast time ever?
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