Tennis star Victoria Azarenka asked jokingly: 'Who can catch this guy? 'One social media user said: 'Just like the Roadrunner taunting Wile E. Kevin Mc Sorley, watching from Wisconsin, wrote: 'Bolt stops, takes a selfie, then continues to win the race.'Clevis Murray, from Boston, joked: 'Everyone's trying to become famous while Bolt is posing for pics.'Another user mused about the achievement: 'When you're on another level & know you're the fastest man on the planet.'Journalist John Haltiwanger, from New York, said: 'This man is so fast he has enough time to stop and cheese for the camera before crossing the finish line.'Basketball legend Le Bron James wrote: 'Nothing u can do vs that cheetah!' The Jamaican sprint legend emerged victorious in his grudge match against American Justin Gatlin to win his third successive gold medal in the 100m final race on Sunday night, running the track in 9.81 seconds.The Jamaican sprint legend emerged victorious in his grudge match against American Justin Gatlin to win his third successive gold medal in the 100m final race on Sunday night, running the track in 9.81 seconds In his semi-final heat he appeared to be cantering along and mocking his opponents as first he looked to his right and then swung his head to his left to look at his rivals behind him, trying to keep pace.Taylor usually passed himself off as a billionaire entrepreneur who owned two oil refineries in North Dakota, according to court papers.He allegedly lied about being robbed in order to gain access to one woman’s credit card and have another pay for his stay at a Chicago hotel.Under the guise of ordering furniture for her, he got her to give him personal info, including her Social Security number, so he could open a store credit account.But instead, he used the information to get an American Express card, on which he racked up ,000 in charges, the complaint says.
He still enjoys the game but prefers basketball more now.After competing for his parish of Trelawny at the annual national primary schools meeting, his coach convinced him to pursue track and field and that year he entered William Knibb High School.“It’s very important to get out of the blocks quickly, although I’m usually left in the blocks a bit,” says Bolt, who, at 6’5”, is tall for a sprinter and admits the first part of a 100m or 200m race is not his strongest element.He also holds the world record as a part of the 4 x 100 metres relay.