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PHOTO GALLERY: Usain Bolt storms past rivals to claim 3rd 100m gold medal at Olympics


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Usain Bolt (JAM) of Jamaica (L) wins the gold. (Reuters)
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Usain Bolt (JAM) of Jamaica leads. (Reuters)
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Usain Bolt (JAM) of Jamaica gestures as he competes. (Reuters)
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Usain Bolt (JAM) of Jamaica competes. (Reuters)
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Usian Bolt (JAM) of Jamaica crosses the finish line in the men's 100m final. (Reuters)
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Usain Bolt (JAM) of Jamaica (L) competes. (Reuters)
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Usian Bolt (JAM) of Jamaica crosses the finish line in the men's 100m final. (Reuters)
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Usain Bolt (JAM) of Jamaica reacts. (Reuters)
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Usain Bolt (JAM) (R) of Jamaica wins the gold medal in the men's 100m final. (Reuters)
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Usian Bolt (JAM) of Jamaica celebrates after winning the men's 100m final. (Reuters)
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Usain Bolt (JAM) of Jamaica celebrates with a mascot after winning the race (Reuters)
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Gold medallist Usain Bolt (JAM) of Jamaica celebrates victory. (Reuters)
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Gold medalist Usain Bolt (JAM) of Jamaica embraces bronze medalist Andre De Grasse (CAN) of Canada. (Reuters)
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Andre De Grasse (CAN) of Canada, Usain Bolt (JAM) of Jamaica, Jimmy Vicaut (FRA) of France and Justin Gatlin (USA) of USA compete. (Reuters)
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