Usain Bolt accomplished his pined for triple-triple record Friday night in the wake of helping his Jamaican group win gold in the 4X100-meter transfer.
After Friday’s hair-raising race, Bolt has gone three-for-three in his occasions in each of his three Olympics, winning gold an aggregate nine times.
He won the 100-meter, 200-meter, and 4×100 in 2008 in Beijing, and rehashed the deed in London 2012.
On Friday, Bolt did likewise in Rio.
His noteworthy deed with accompanied by show on the track after Trinidad and Tobago and the US were excluded for obvious line infringement.
That put the last times and standings at Jamaica with 37.27, Japan 37.60, and 37.64 for Canada, which had completed only two one-hundredths of a second behind the US.
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