History for Bolt Skelton add to GB gold haul
Usain Bolt completed an unprecedented Olympic unprecedented three times three times “as GB team claimed the gold medal of the 24th Rio 2016.
Bolt helped Jamaica’s 4x100m relay gold ground,
having already won the 100M and 200 M individual titles to match his feats in Beijing in 2008 and London in 2012.
British showjumper Nick Skelton (58 years) and the women’s hockey team added to the gold medals GB per day 14 of the cycle.
Lutalo Muhammad also won a silver taekwondo,
while there was a bronze for the women 4x100m relay team in Britain and.
With two days of competition left, GB now have 60 medals in total,
five short of the 65 won in the London Games in 2012.
He said Bolt 0.29 Games Rio cycle will be his last Olympic Games,
as he plans to retire from the sport after the World Championship in 2017.
Sign outside after he won in all nine Olympic finals,
which had appeared.
Bolt claimed gold in the 100M, 200M and 4x100m relay in Beijing in 2008 and London in 2012 and Rio 2016.
“There you go, I’m the greatest,” he said afterwards.
Former Olympic silver medalist 1500M Steve Cram,
who was commenting on the BBC Sport, agreed and was Bolt “is greater than ever.”
“We are all lucky to be here throughout his career and watched his Olympic performances,” said the British.
Also established sprinter Allyson Felix history by becoming the first woman to collect five gold medals in athletics.
It was part of the victorious 4x100m relay team in the United States after winning the silver in the 400M in the Games earlier.
Player, aged 30 years can make it six gold medals in the 4x400m relay final on Saturday.
“Flawless and untouchable” – Tom Fordyce on Bolt