Like Lightning! Usain Bolt Wins 100 in 9.69
Associated Press noted that the record might stand for a while
“No one will get near it,” fellow Jamaican Michael Frater, the sixth-place finisher, said of Bolt’s record. Bolt beat Richard Thompson of Trinidad and Tobago by 0.2 second — more than a body length — while American Walter Dix was third. The race marked the first time six runners broke 10 seconds in the Olympics.