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Usain Bolt DJs at nightclub in London's Brick Lane following third gold medal

Straight from a triumphant Olympic campaign, Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt dazzled dancing fans with a turn as a DJ at a London nightclub in the early hours of this morning.

Usain Bolt silences his Jamaican rival Yohan Blake as he becomes the first man to retain the Olympic 200m title

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Let the (mind) games begin: Usain Bolt says rival Yohan Blake has 'no chance'

Sprinter Usain Bolt has told his rival Yohan Blake that there is "no chance" he will let his training partner beat him in the 200 metres.

Usain Bolt cruised into tonight's final

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Usain Bolt believes he can break his own world record after cruising into the 200 metres final with contemptuous ease at London 2012.

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American Aries Merritt stormed to gold in the 110 metres hurdles at the London Olympics, holding off world champion Jason Richardson to cross the line in 12.92 seconds.

Yohan Blake (left) says he is unfazed by Usain Bolt

Yohan Blake says he is unfazed by Usain Bolt

Jamaican sprinter Yohan Blake says he is not intimidated by having to beat team mate Usain Bolt if he is to win gold in the 200 metres.

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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