Award-winning Jamaican Sprinter Usain Bolt won another gold medal at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, showing the 200m time of 19.78 seconds. Thus, the runner became the eight-time Olympic champion.

Come to the finish second canadian Andre de Grasse had not run out of the 20 seconds – 20,02 h, and the third place went to Frenchman Christophe Lemaitre (20,12 sec).

The world record for 200 m is of 19.19 seconds – for such a time distance overcame seven years ago the Bolt.

Three days ago, on August 15, Bolt won the “crown” of the 100-meter distance.

According to the Jamaican at these Games, he is going to win in the 4x100m relay along with teammates. This race will take place tomorrow.

29-year-old Usain Bolt in 2009 set a world record in the 100 meters in 9,58 seconds. Olympic record for that distance also belongs to him – of 9.69 seconds.

Rio 2016: the Bolt took the Olympic gold at the distance of 200 meters 19.08.2016

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