Usain Bolt introduced as 'you know who' ahead of 200m Olympics race

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It's been another Olympics highlighted by one man and one man only, Usain Bolt.

The Jamaican sprinter has been the poster boy for yet another Olympic Games and he's lived up to his reputation of being an entertainer and a crowd-pleaser.

Firstly, Bolt retained his gold medal in the 100m final for a third year running, smiling his way across the finish line whilst the rest of the competitors tried their all to catch up with him.


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The picture of the Olympics has already been taken with Bolt grinning at the camera as he crossed the white line to win his seventh Olympic gold medal.

After winning the 100m, his attentions have now turned to the 200m, and he's already booked his place in the final which will take place on Friday.

Bolt eased into the semi-final, with a time of 20.28s, which actually put him 15th in the ranking order, but he stepped it up drastically in the semis, winning the round with a time of 19.78s.

Another brilliant moment from Bolt was when he crossed the finish line alongside Canadian runner Andre de Grasse. The two were seen joking and smiling as they both finished the race, with the Jamaican admitting after that he wasn't supposed to get that close to him.

However, it was before the race that Bolt was the highlight.

When lining up ready to compete, the announcer inside the stadium ran through the lineup and the runners competing in the race, but when he came to Bolt, he didn't introduce him in normal fashion.

The announcer said 'you know who', which lead the crowd to cheer even louder and the commentator to reply with 'we do know who'.

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Tyson Gay
Justin Gatlin
Commonwealth Games
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