homestretch to win his heat. Bolt's biggest rival, Yohan Blake, ran 46.64 in a separate heat, finishing second to Warren Weir , the 200-meter Olympic bronze medalist, who finished in 46.23. There were no finals in the small meet, the Camperdown
in London with our athlete directory . And Thursday's finish with a Jamaican sweep (Yohan Blake won the silver and Warren Weir the bronze) only added to it. When a teenage Chinese swimmer started shattering records last week, many people openly
could guarantee that Jamaican sprinters - who swept the top three spots in the 200 - were clean. ''Without a doubt,'' Bolt said, sitting in between silver medalist Yohan Blake and bronze winner Warren Weir . ''We train really hard.''
become the first man with two Olympic titles at that distance. Bolt beat countryman Yohan Blake by .12 seconds, and Warren Weir took third to make it a 1-2-3 sweep for Jamaica. The 25-year-old Bolt won the 100 on Sunday and now has five
long horns known as vuvuzelas, and chanted ''One, two, three!'' as Bolt and fellow Jamaicans Yohan Blake and Warren Weir finished ahead of the pack. Many blissed-out revelers on the small Caribbean island mimicked Bolt's famous
time, Bolt led a Jamaican sweep, with his training partner and pal Yohan Blake getting the silver in 19.44, and Warren Weir taking the bronze in 19.84 — more than a half-second behind the champion. ''The guy is just on another planet
Cayman Islands, the 34-year-old champion of the 2010 Commonwealth Games, who won the 200 in 23.51. Jamaica's Warren Weir won the men's 200 in 20.13. Chris Brown of the Bahamas was the men's 400 winner in 45.14, and Jamaica's