There is no dearth of drama when Usain Bolt comes out of the tunnel. The energy he infuses into the people, who are merely watching him, has to be seen to be believed.
After stopping the clock at 19.32 seconds and retaining the 200m title, he indulged in some impromptu press-ups to indicate that he still had a lot left in him. As if that was not obvious from the way he finished with a finger on his lips, silencing the crowd.
Bolt led a Jamaican clean sweep as he finished with a season best timing of 19.32 sec while compatriot and close rival Yohan Blake took the silver medal with a season best timing of 19.44 sec.
Image: Jamaica's gold medal winner Usain Bolt is flanked by his teammates silver medal winner Yohan Blake, left, and bronze medalist Warren Weir during the ceremony for the men's 200-meter final during the athletics in the Olympic Stadium at the 2012 Summer Olympics, London, Thursday, Aug. 9, 2012.