6 Aug 2012

Champion again: Jamaica's Usain Bolt crosses the finish line to win gold in the men's 100-metre final in the Olympic Stadium in London
BOLT AKIVUKA MSTARI NA KUSHINDA


Outright winner: Usain Bolt streaks clear of the field to claim gold from lane seven in one of the most eagerly awaited Olympic events ever
USAIN BOLT AKIMALIZA MBIO NA KUSHINDA 



Showman: Usain Bolt celebrates his victory by striking his customary lightning bolt pose in the Olympic Stadium in London
USAIN BOLT AKIONYESHA POZI YAKE MAARUFU YA 'RADI' (LIGHTNING BOLT) BAADA YA KUSHINDA


Points ahead: Usain Bolt proved his doubters wrong and retained the Olympic 100m title he first won in Beijing in 2008
USAIN BOLT AKIWEKA POZI YAKE BAADA YA KUSHINDA


Taking a bow: Jamaica's Usain Bolt kneels and rests his head against the track in the Olympic Stadium after recording the second-fastest time ever
USAIN BOLT AKIINAMISHA KICHWA ARHDINI BAADA YA KUSHINDA


Star attractions: Jamaican sprinters Usain Bolt (right) and Yohan Blake (left) are mobbed by fans after winning gold and silver in the race
USAIN BOLT NA YOHAN BLAKE WAKISHANGILIA NA MASHABIKI


Golden boy: The Olympic champion in typical pose with the Olympic mascot
USAIN BOLT AKIWA NA MDOLI (MASCOT) WA OLIMPIKI


They're off: Usain Bolt (third left) did not start well in lane seven but he was comfortably leading the field as the athletes entered the final 20 metres
USAIN BOLT HAKUANZA VIZURI SANA KWENYE MSTARI (LANE) WA SABA LAKINI AKAMUDU KUSHINDA KWA KISHINDO


Effort: The world's fastest men - Usain Bolt (second left), Justin Gatlin (left), Yohan Blake (second right) and Tyson Gay (right) - strive to reach the line first
BINADAMU WENYE KASI KULIKO WOTE DUNIANI


Storming in front: Bolt (second left) crosses the finish line first, ahead of fellow Jamaican Yohan Blake (second right) and bronze medallist Justin Gatlin (centre)
NI USAIN BOLT TENA


Global appeal: Some 80,000 spectators in the Olympic Stadium watched the 100-metre race, as well as an estimated worldwide television audience of up to two billion
USAIN BOLT AKIMALIZA MBIO KWA KISHINDO


Picture perfect: Cameras flash as spectators capture the moment that Usain Bolt left his competitors in his wake
BINADAMU MWENYE KASI ZAIDI USAIN BOLT AKIWEKA REKODI MPYA YA OLIMPIKI HUKU PATNA WAKE  WA MAZOEZI ,MJAMAIKA YOHAN BLAKE (WA TATU KULIA) AKISHIKA NAFASI YA PILI NA MMAREKANI JUSTIN GATLIN (WA TATU KUSHOTO) AKISHIKA NAFASI YA TATU


Number one: Usain Bolt raises a finger after clinching victory, with the time reading 9.64 seconds on the electronic board behind. The time was later officially rounded down to 9.63 seconds
USAIN BOLT AKIWEKA REKODI MPYA 


Rapid results: Bolt ran the second-fastest time ever - an Olympic record of 9.63 seconds. Yohan Blake won silver with a time of 9.75 and Justin Gatlin took bronze in 9.79. Seven men clocked a time below 10 seconds
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World order: American bronze medallist Justin Gatlin (left) can only look on with envy as Jamaica's Usain Bolt (right) rewrites Olympic history once again
MWANARIADHA WA MAREKANI JUSTIN GATLIN ALIYESHIKA NAFASI YA TATU AKIMWANGALIA USAIN BOLT



On fire: Usain Bolt runs past the Olympic flame after winning the sprint final for Jamaica in scintillating fashion
USAIN BOLT AKIPITA PEMBENI YA 'MWENGE WA OLIMPIKI'  BAADA YA KUSHINDA MBIO ZA MITA 1OO WANAUME


Out of contention: Usain Bolt's Jamaican team-mate Asafa Powell, who pulled up injured during the race, looks forlorn after finishing eighth
MWANARIADHA WA JAMAIKA ASAFA POWEEL AKIWA AMESHIKA TAMA BAADA YA KUMALIZA WA MWISHO KUFUATIA MATATIZO YA MISULI


Bolt's our boy: Fans in Brixton watch Usain storm to victory in the 100m
MASHABIKI KATIKA KITONGOJI CHA BRIXTON JIJINI LONDON WAKISHANGILIA USHINDI WA USAIN BOLT


Fans who watched the race at the O2 Arena salute their hero with his 'Lightning Bolt' pose
MASHABIKI WAKISHANGILIA KWENYE UWANJA WA O2 HUKU WAKIONYESHA POZI YA USAIN BOLT


By Royal appointment: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, sitting in front of the Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt, were among the 80,000 spectators inside the Olympic Stadium
DUKE NA DUCHESS WA CAMBRIDGE NA PRINCE HARRY WAKIWA NA 'WAZIRI' WA UTAMADUNI JEREMY HUNT (NYUMA YA DUKE)



Behind Bolt: Prince Harry wore Jamaican colours as he accompanied his brother and sister-in-law at the athletics
DUKE NA DUCHESS WA CAMBRIDGE (PRINCE WILLIAM NA MKEWE KATE MIDDLETON-WA KWANZA NA WA PILI KUSHOTO) WAKIFUATILIA KASI YA USAIN BOLT HUKU PRINCE HARRY AKIWA AMEJITUNDIKA BENDERA YA JAMAIKA


Psyched: Jamaica's Yohan Blake, pictured gesturing prior to competing in his semi-final, was one of the favourites for the Olympic title as he came into the race in excellent form
YOHAN BLAKE, PATNA WA MAZOEZI WA USAIN BOLT ALIKUWA AKITARAJIA KUTOA UPINZANI MKALI LAKINI AKAISHIA KUWA WA PILI


Fighting fit: Usain Bolt, who had been troubled by a hamstring injury, claimed he was only 95 per cent fit but he looked in fine condition before the eagerly awaited final
USAIN BOLT AKIFANYWA MBWEMBWE KABLA YA MCHUANO


Fervour: Spectators from the Jamaican community in Brixton, south London, watch their heroes in action on television on the 50th anniversary of the Caribbean island's independence from Britain
JUMUIYA YA WAJAMAIKA KATIKA KITONGOJI CHA BRIXTON,JIJINI LONDON WAKIFUATILIA USHIRIKI WA WANARIADHA WAO 


CHANZO: Daily Mail

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