When he is athletic record holders frequently asked some questions
Question 1 😕 Who is the fastest man on earth
Question 2 😕 athlete who has completed triplet triplet
Bolt completed the hat-trick hat-trick, winning all three gold medals in Beijing, London and now River . Bolt completed the hat-trick hat-trick, winning all three gold medals in Beijing, London and now Rio Question 3 :. gold medals won 100 races, 200 meters and 400 meters relay three times in the Olympics?
Question 4 😕 Who has maximum Olympics records in athletics
Question 5 😕 Who has maximum records in athletics
Responses may be some variations in terms of facts and records but the common thread is actually Usain Bolt. Here’s why:
Answer 1: Usain Bolt Jamaica is the fastest man on earth. His time of 9.58 seconds at 100 meters during the 2009 World Championships in Berlin is the current world record
Answer 2 :. Usain Bolt completed the hat-trick hat-trick, winning all three gold medals in Beijing, London and now Rio
Answer 3 Usain Bolt has won 100, 200 and runs 400 meter relay three times in the Olympics (Beijing , London and now Brazil)
Answer 3: Usain Bolt. He is nine times champion of the Olympic Games
Answer 4: Usain Bolt maintains maximum records in athletics. He is 13-time world champion
Among his Olympic success Usain remained firmly in the global spotlight by winning three gold medals and set two individual world records at the World Championships IAAF T & F 2009 in Berlin, Germany. He lowered his time to 100 meters staggering 9.58 seconds, time of 19.19 seconds 200m and implementation of the third stage helped Jamaica to gold in the 4×100. He defended his World Championship title in the 200 meters at the Jamaica IAAF World Championship T & F 2011 in Daegu, Korea and anchored to another world record of 37.04 seconds in the 4×100. In 2013 at the World Championships IAAF T & F in Moscow Usain won 100m, 200m and 4x100m to be 8 gold in the World Championship.
Usain is currently one of the most important names in the world of sports – both on and off the track. But the million dollar question is – what is the secret of electrifying speed of Usain Bolt? How he manages?
Scientists and physicists have been trying hard to decipher these puzzles for a long time. Here are some answers
Scientists say they can explain the extraordinary speed of Usain Bolt with a mathematical model.
His time of 9.58 seconds at 100 meters during the 2009 World Championships in Berlin is the current world record.
They say that their model explains the power and energy that had to do to overcome the friction caused by air resistance, made stronger by its frame 6ft 5in.
Writing in the European Journal of Physics, The team hopes to discover what makes the extraordinary athletes so fast.
According to the proposed mathematical model, Bolt time of 9.58 seconds in Berlin managed to reach a speed of 12.2 meters per second , equivalent to about 27 mph.
The team calculated that occurred the maximum power of Bolt when he was less than a second in the race and was only half of its maximum speed. This shows the immediate effect of near drag, where air resistance decreases moving objects.
also found less than 8% of the energy produced his muscles used for movement, with the rest absorbed by dragging.
By comparing the body mass of Bolt, the altitude of the track and air temperature, learned that its drag coefficient – which is a measure of resistance per unit area of the dough – it was actually less aerodynamic than the average man.
Jorge Hernandez of the National Autonomous University of Mexico, said: “Our resistance coefficient calculated underscores the exceptional ability to bolt has been able to break several records despite not being as aerodynamic as a human being can be
“the enormous amount of work that Bolt developed in 2009, and the amount that was absorbed by friction, is truly extraordinary.
“It is so difficult to break records today, even hundredths of a second, as brokers must act strongly against a tremendous force greatly increases with each bit of extra speed that are able to develop.
“All this is because of the” physical barrier “imposed by the conditions from the earth. Of course, if Bolt to run on a planet with a much less dense atmosphere, which could reach fantastic proportions records.
“The accurate recording of the position and speed of Bolt during the race provided a splendid opportunity to study the effects of drag on a sprinter.
“If we have more data in the future, it would be interesting to see what distinguishes an athlete from another,” said Mr. Hernandez.
Bolt’s time in Berlin was the largest improvement on record since electronic timing was introduced in 1968.
John Barrow at the University of Cambridge who has previously analyzed how Bolt could become even faster, said his speed came in part because of his “extraordinary great length of stride,” despite having such initial slow reaction time before the starting gun.
“He has a lot of muscle fast twitch fibers that can respond quickly, along with his great stride are what will give you a quick time extraordinary. ”
said Bolt plenty of chances to break his record if he responded faster at the start, he ran a little stronger tailwind and higher altitude, where there was less resistance.
record Bolt Berlin was won with a tailwind of 0.9 m only per second, which not “the advantage of wind assistance useful “it gave added.
“You are allowed to have a wind not exceeding 2 m per second to count for purposes of registration, so without becoming faster than him has great room for improvement, “professor Barrow said.
SPECIAL OLYMPICS: Usain Bolt creates history; wins 100-meter race in three consecutive Olympics
Rio de Janeiro: As the king of sprinting and the world’s largest Star Games Rio, Usain Bolt of Jamaica raised his index finger, indicating that he was No. 1 during presentations Sunday night as a crowd chanted his name hurt
Then Bolt proved again, winning the 100 meters in 9.81 seconds, a coronation that secured its place as the best sprinter of all time. He is the only man or woman to win the Olympic Games 100 three times, he carried out in three consecutive games.
Its main rival, Justin Gatlin of the United States, the Olympic champion in 2004, who then filed a doping suspension and was booed Sunday , they took the silver medal in 9.89 seconds. Andre De Grasse of Canada won the bronze with 9.91.
As the lush Bolt ran down Gatlin in the last 40 meters, beat his chest. He then blew kisses to the crowd, hugged some viewers and leads to an Olympic mascot toy around the track before giving it away.
Finally, Bolt hit pose of signature, known as the World Al Di, cocking one elbow and aiming fingers skyward, as if the launch an arrow or lightning.
is also the favorite to win a third gold medal straight 200 meters from Rio and another as the most important member 4 × 100 relay team meters from Jamaica.
“Someone said I can be immortal,” Bolt said. “Two more medals to go and I can sign. Immortal”.
gracious in defeat, Bolt Gatlin said, “He rises to the occasion. He’s a great runner.”
Even such a great athlete like Bolt, however, may be overshadowed rarely. That happened Sunday when Wayde van Niekerk of South Africa set a world record to win the 400 meters in 43.03 seconds, breaking 17-year-old record of 43.18 by Michael Johnson.
Running outside in lane 8, he could not see their competitors, van Niekerk surprisingly shaving over four tenths of a second from his previous career best of 43.48 and a second of the fastest race of his season before the Olympic final.
“I was running completely blind,” said Van Niekerk, stunned. “I was out of my mind. I thought I was going to lose.”
fair or unfair, given the athletic stained due to doping, performance can bring as much skepticism as a state celebration.
For Bolt Sunday led to victory in both a sense of and farewell party. He will turn 30 Sunday as the end game Rio. He has said repeatedly that these will be his final Olympics.
He plans to retire next year after the world athletics championships in London, with a goal of remaining transcendent career: take his world record of 19.19 seconds for 200 meters below the 19-second barrier.
The 100 meter “has to be the most universal event than the long jump,” said David Wallechinsky, president of the International Society of Olympic Historians speaking of Sunday victory. “Everyone has tried at least once in their life. To be the best in the Olympics three times on something that everyone has done at least once is incredible.”
When Bolt crossed the line Sunday , it was not with the same astonishment that night eight years ago at the Beijing games, when it was new for the public and for the 100 and finished in 9.69 seconds, making it easy and celebrate before the finish, but still breaking his own world record.
Nor Sunday performance match the wonder of Bolt ran 9.58 a year later 100 set the current record in the 2009 world track and field championships in Berlin on.
As with his win at the 2012 London Games in 9.63 seconds, winning for Bolt is now more about his career, historical walk and dominance in the biggest moments about mere surprising speed.
He accumulates victories as if they were poker chips. Since becoming a figure from another world with his performances in 2008, Bolt has won 69 of 74 races. His only loss came really important with disposal in a false start in the 100 meters at the World Athletics Championships in Daegu 2011, South Korea.
“It was brilliant,” Bolt to race he said Sunday . “I was not so fast but I’m so happy I won. I told the guys I was going to do.”
Before Olympics, Bolt had just run this season. In recent years, it has become vulnerable to persistent back injury that radiate into the leg muscles.
retired in July 1 from the end of the 100 in the Olympic trials in Jamaica with a slight tear in the left biceps femoris muscle. But the rules of Jamaica, unlike the US, which requires a top three finish to qualify for the Summer Games, allowed bolt to be entered in the Games in Rio anyway.
Some American sprinters joked at the time that Bolt always seemed to sustain an injury before the Olympics or World Championships. Sure, they said, he would be ready for Rio.
“It’s a tradition,” said Tyson Gay.
But sprinting is much like boxing in the sense that they are individual and elementary sports, one man against another, with legs or fists. Sleights, real or perceived, become dramatically exaggerated.
Bolt said he was disappointed by the jocular remarks Gatlin and other Americans, adding: “I think we have not learned to over the years that the more you talk, the more I want to beat you. it’s one of those things, but I’m looking forward to it, should be exciting and filled my anger as always feel “.
Finally, the preparation for the Olympics 100 proved to be more playful than antagonistic. Bolt held a press conference with samba dancers and a Norwegian journalist who broke into a rap song of worship, saying he hoped would prevail Star Jamaica.
Bolt said he was surprised to hear Gatlin booed before Sunday end. As he often does, Bolt reacted relatively slowly to the starting signal, slower than each competitor, but one. He is 6 feet 5 inches, and can take your body some time to display, like a flag.
There may have grown a bit wary after this false start in the World Cup 2011. After a false start is allowed. Now, one of the first lean or even a reaction to the gun less than a tenth of a second brings automatic disqualification.
However, Bolt’s greatest strength is not the first 50 meters. It is the second 50 meters. He is so tall, long legs, it takes only 40 or 41 steps over 100 meters, where other sprinters may need 43 or 44 or even 46.
also has its top speed better than others. No sprinters accelerate the end of a 100 meter race as it seems they do. That’s an optical illusion. The winner is not the person to change to another gear, but the slower deceleration.
In 2015 world athletics championships in Beijing, Gatlin had beaten Bolt but leaned too soon, staggering with a type of movement swimming. Bolt caught on the line, winning by a hundredth of a second.
Again Sunday , Gatlin got to start faster, but Bolt She chased him.
“His legacy will depend on what he does with the rest of his life, Wallechinsky, Olympic historian, said bolt.” it is best if turns giving clinics, and travels the world as Muhammad Ali and is well known in Africa and Asia and is someone who likes everyone, “he said.” Or it could just have a good time for the rest of your life. “