Usain Bolt will take to the global stage one last time at the London 2017 World Championships, bidding to crown his track career with more gold medals.
Bolt wants to go down in history as ‘unbeatable’ as he prepares to say goodbye. The Jamaican sprinter plans to run in the 100m final and 4x100m relay at the IAAF World Athletics Championships in London.
Bolt’s fastest time was in Berlin, where he ran the 100m final in 9,58 seconds. The infographic below illustrates how much energy Usain Bolt generated in this time.
Image reference: alphacoders
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