Usain Bolt has done what no other man ever has, winning the 100m and 200m races at the Olympics both in world record time. His time of 19.30 in the 200m was absolutely shocking. Many felt that Michael Johnson's record of 19.32 would last for decades; instead, it lasted just 12 years. I have the feeling that Bolt's time won't even last four years. I am loving watching this 21-year-old Jamaican dance his way to Olympic history, and I'm so glad we get to see Bolt one more time in the 4X100m race; what he's doing is changing the face of the 2008 Olympics.
In a strange series of events, the runners who finished second and third (Churandy Martina of Netherlands Antilles and Wallace Spearmon of the United States) were both disqualified for stepping out of their lanes (they both did it at least twice), meaning the fourth-place and fifth-place finishers (Shawn Crawford and Walter Dix, both of the U.S.) will get silver and bronze. I've certainly never seen two medal-winners both disqualified.