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- Usain Bolt won three golds in the 2008 Olympics, setting world records in the 100m and 200m.
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- Jamaica's Bolt to run 100, 200 at Beijing Games - 08/02/08 - Usain Bolt will enter the 100 meters and 200 meters at the 2008 Olympics.
- Tim Layden: Bolt still the favorite, but history says anything can happen - 06/29/08 - EUGENE, Ore -- On Saturday morning, no less an authority on track and field than Michael Johnson conceded the future of the 100- and 200-meter races to 21-year-old from Jamaica (also known as JAM) , Usain Bolt. There is evidence to support Johnson's theory.
- Bolt, a world-class 200-meter runner since he was a teenager, stunned the track and field world this spring by dropping down to the more glamorous 100 meters and dropping a world record 9.72 seconds on reigning world champion Tyson Gay at the Reebok Track Classic in New York City on May 31, 2008. Gay ran a very fast 9.85 seconds and looked like he was running a different race from Bolt.
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