Recent 2016 Rio Olympics results revealed that Usain Bolt has earned the ninth gold medal of his career. The Jamaican sprinter led his team to victory with a time of 37.27. This is the third straight gold in the event for the country.
"I've proven to the world I'm the greatest," Bolt said. "I can't prove anything else."
In each of the past three Olympics, Usain Bolt has swept the 100-m, 200-m and 4x100-m relays. He owns the world records for all three events.
According to BBC, Bolt confirmed last February that he would still go to the 2017 World Championships after the 2016 Rio Olympics. However, he will not be competing at Tokyo 2020.
"I'm going to stay up late and have fun," he told BBC Sport. "I never knew this would happen when I started out. My team came through for me tonight. As long as we got the baton round, it was never in doubt."
The Jamaican relay team is composed of Bolt, Nickel Ashmeade, Asafa Powell and Yohan Blake. Blake revealed...