Last updated at 10:51

Record-breaking and shoe-throwing at the Anniversary Games

To enjoy the CBBC Newsround website at its best you will need to have JavaScript turned on.
Take a look at Keni's record-breaking run...

The Anniversary Games in London are drawing to a close today, and they've been pretty eventful!

American athlete Keni Harrison broke a 28-year-old world record in the 100m hurdles by clocking an incredible time of 12.20 seconds.

The previous world record was set in 1988 by Yordanka Donkova from Bulgaria.

Sadly though Keni will not be competing in next month's Olympics, despite being the fastest woman on the track this year, she came sixth in the official US trials.

To enjoy the CBBC Newsround website at its best you will need to have JavaScript turned on.
This lady was pretty chuffed she'd caught Usain's trainers...

The lightning Bolt himself also managed an amazing victory in the 200m race.

In fact he was so chuffed with the win, he threw his shoes into the crowd, causing this lady to get a bit err... emotional.

However the Jamaican athlete thinks he needs to up his game if he is going to be in the best shape for the Rio Olympics.