Rio de Janeiro, Aug 19: Fans are familiar with Usain Bolt's bow-and-arrow pose after a victory. He did unveil that on Friday (August 19) and there was another new pose from him at the Rio Olympics 2016 after winning his third straight 200m gold. And the Jamaican sprint legend has revealed the reason for that.
It was all too easy for Bolt as he registered 200m victory in 19.78 seconds. With this success, the 29-year-old scripted history.
Already into the record books with 3 consecutive Olympic 100m titles, Bolt added 200m golds too in the same way. And now his focus is on "Triple Triple" by winning the 4x100 metres relay tomorrow (August 20).
After completing the 200m victory, Bolt celebrated in his usual style and there was one more. This time around, he bowed down to kiss the track, the finish line.
About kissing the finish line, he said, "I was just saying goodbye, this is my last individual event at the Olympics. In relays you never knows what happens, so I just wanted to say goodbye."
Bolt is competing in his last Olympics. And having ruled the tracks in the Games, it was his way of saying thank you.
Accoding to Bolt, he can become "immortal" by winning the 4x100m relay race, making it 9 golds for him.