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Usain Bolt declares himself "the greatest athlete" to have lived after sealing an Olympic sprint double.
10 Aug 12
10 Aug 12
Very different off the track, Usain Bolt and David Rudisha are both all-time athletics greats, writes BBC chief sports writer Tom Fordyce
9 Aug 12
Usain Bolt became the first man to retain both Olympic sprint titles as he led home a gold and green Jamaica clean sweep in the 200m.
9 Aug 12
Jamaica's Usain Bolt says he is "proud of himself" after retaining his 200m Olympic title at London 2012, but admits he is disappointed not to have beaten his own world record of 19.19 seconds.
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Video & Audio
- Watch Bolt blasts into Olympic history
- Watch Bolt & Blake dominate 200m semi-…
- Watch Bolt into 200m semi-final after heats
- Watch I am only 95% fit confesses Bolt
- Watch Can Blake beat Bolt to Olympic gold?
- Watch Barry Davies on Black Power 1968
- Watch Blake beats Bolt at 200m trials
- Watch Bolt antics entertain Rome crowd
- Watch Bolt 'not stressed' about form
- Watch Bolt and Phelps primed for Olympics
- Listen I need to shape up - Bolt
|1||Bolt||JAM||Watch: Medal moment||19.32 SB|
|2||Blake||JAM||Watch: Medal moment||19.44 SB|
|3||Weir||JAM||Watch: Medal moment||19.84 PB|
Head to Head
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London 2012 Olympics: Day 11 Photo Gallery The best pictures from Day 11 of the London 2012 Olympics.
London 2012: How have sprint world records changed? See how the men's 100m and 200m sprint world records have changed over time with BBC Sport's graphics.