Usain Bolt won the gold medal at the World Championships 100m race in Beijing. The Jamaican retained his crown by overhauling Justin Hatlin late in the race. Bolt produced a season best time of 9.79 which was just 0.01 quicker than his American rival Gatlin. He secured his ninth World Championship gold medal. Canadian Andre de Grasse and American Trayvon Bromell crossed the line together in the third place with a time of 9.92.

Usain Bolt has now not been beaten in a single race sing 2007 in the six biggest global championships, but he was disqualified from the 100m race at the Deagu World Championships in 2011.

On Thursday, the 29-year-old Jamaican will start in the 200m final and he hopes for another gold medal. Media outlets like USA Today called it an "insanely close" World Championship race. Gaitlin saw Bolt interrupting his 28-race win streak.

Usain Bolt said that this gold medal is huge for him, because he has been struggling all season and finally he found what was the problem. He finally figured out how to get everything together and won another medal. When asked about the importance of this victory Bolt said that is was one of his hardest races since a long time, as he took a dramatic gold right on the finish line by the narrowest margin possible.

Great Britain’s Mo Farah won 10.000m race at the World Championships in Beijing.

Mo Farah was in a great form today as he cruised home and secured Britain’s first gold medal in China. The Briton has endured a bad season, caught up in the doping allegations surrounding his coach Alberto Salazar. Farah came home in just 27 minutes and 01.13 seconds. The 32-year-old answered his critics in perfect run inside the Bird’s Nest Stadium.

He is yet to start in the 5.000m race in a week’s time.

After the run, Mo Farah said that it was his hardest win ever, because of all the speculations about him. He added that he is happy that at the age of 32 he can still be winning races and hopefully he will still have a couple of years on track.

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