Jamaican runner and world champion Usian Bolt registered yet another win and took the 200 metres world championship at the IAAF World Championship in Beijing on Thursday. He clocked 19.55 second and easily beat Justin Gatlin to take the gold medal. (Also Read: Usain Bolt beats Justin Gatlin for fourth world 200m gold) Also Read - Usain Bolt Plays Keepie Uppie Using Toilet Paper Roll to Stay Upbeat During Coronavirus Isolation

The victory meant Bolt has now remarkably won 11 of the last 12 individual Olympic and world sprint titles dating back to Beijing 2008, his only blip coming after a false start in the 100m at the 2011 worlds in Daegu.  Bolt said, ”There was no doubt. I knew I wasn’t in the shape for a world record. But when it comes to the 200m, I am a different person, I was beaten there only once. My four world championships gold medals in the 200m, this is a big deal, a great accomplishment.” Also Read - Usain Bolt Could Have Dug Deeper Instead of Quitting: Shelly-Ann Fraser

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