The world’s fastest human being took to the tack on Thursday afternoon in Rome to race against the best the world had to offer, and down went Frazier.
For the first time in his track career, Jamaican Usain Bolt was beaten by American Justin Gatlin.
But, that doesn’t mean Bolt has to be impressed, now does it?
Gatlin ran a 9.94 compared to Bolt’s 9.95. To give you just a little perspective, Bolt holds the world-record at 9.58 seconds.
So no, Bolt doesn’t have to be impressed.
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