Usain Bolt is officially the world’s greatest sprinter after taking his third gold at the Moscow World Championships. Having run into first place in both the 100m and 200m Men’s Finals, Bolt rounded off a successful championship with a third gold in the Men’s 4x100m Final on Sunday.
The Jamaican Men’s team took gold in a time of 37.36 with Bolt running the fourth and final leg.
Great Britain was third, however, they were disqualified for passing the baton outside the second exchange zone and Canada claimed bronze as a result.
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