American Michael Johnson has labelled Jamaican sprint sensation Usain Bolt ‘Superman 2’ after the 21 year old smashed his 12 year old, 200-metre World and Olympic record at the Beijing Olympics yesterday.
Jamaica’s Usian Bolt a short while ago smashed another world record to claim gold in the 200 metre finals in Beijing China. While Melaine Walker claimed gold with an Olympic Record breaking performance.
Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt will again take centre stage in the Bird’s Nest Stadium in Beijing, China this morning at 9:20 as he looks to secure an Olympic sprint double in the final of the 200 metres.
Jamaica’s Danny McFarlane produced a season-best 48.30 seconds in the men’s 400-metre hurdles final this morning, but failed to get among the medals on today’s fourth day of track and field at the Beijing Olympics.
Jamaican Usain Bolt stays in contention to become the first Olympic Games sprint double champion in 20 years, by cruising through the first two rounds of the men’s 200 metres at the Beijing Olympics last night.