usain bolt lightning strike 100 meter world championship Usain Bolt wins world championship as lightning strikes   See the photo

Usain Bolt has reclaimed his spot on top of the sprinting world after winning the 100-meter world championship race Sunday (August 11). As if it was destined to be, a lightning bolt struck after he crossed the finish line and was caught on film in a very cool picture.
Bolt was eliminated from the 100-meter final race at the world championships in South Korea in 2011, after a false start. While he was back for the 2013 race, the conditions weren’t ideal. It was pouring rain in Moscow, which led to a slower start than usual. Still, Bolt couldn’t be held back as he completed the race in 9.77 seconds, besting American Justin Gatlin’s 9.85 seconds, according to the IAAF.
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