Bolt gets gold, another record in 200 at world championships

August 20, 2009 22:22

Usain Bolt extended his stunning domination in the sprints Thursday, adding the 200-meter gold to his tally at the world championships with yet another world record. Gritting his teeth and pointing to the clock as soon as the record flashed, Bolt is now 5-for-5 in major sprint events, winning gold each time with a world record. His time of 19.19 slashed .11 seconds of the mark he set last year, four days after breaking his 100 record by the same margin. "Just coming out there, I'm just waiting for the lights to flash 'game over,' cause I felt like I was in a video game," said Shawn Crawford, who finished fourth. "That guy was moving - fast."

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