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August 8, 2012: Usain Bolt of Jamaica puts his arm on the shoulder of Christophe Lemaitre of France after his Men's 200m Semifinals

Jamaica's Usain Bolt takes it slow to secure place in 200m final

Jamaica's Usain Bolt edged closer to the "legendary" status he covets by easing into the men's 200 metres final to secure a shot at an unprecedented Olympic sprint double-double.

Usian Bolt cruised in his 200m heat – four qualifiers ran faster

Usain Bolt looks for 'one more step' to status of legend

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Usain Bolt celebrates his 100 metres victory

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Usain Bolt, the world's fastest man, plans to smuggle the skipping rope he uses to train into the Olympic stadium after an official took it off him on his way in to Sunday's 100 metres final.

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Lightning Bolt gets Jamaican party started

Fastest man on the planet retains title in just 9.63sec – and that was after a poor start

Usain Bolt – and his trademark celebration – after the 100m last night

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Usain Bolt celebrates his victory in the 100m final

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