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London 2012: What's Left to Win for Usain Bolt After Winning Gold in 200M?

BR StudiosFeatured Columnist IVJune 26, 2016

As he pulled to the finish line during the men's 200-meter race at the London Olympics, Usain Bolt pressed his index finger to his closed lips as if to say: "The debate is over, I am the best."

And who can argue?

Bolt still has one race to go in London, the men's 4x100-meter relay, but he has successfully defended both his 100-meter and 200-meter titles from Beijing.

He has five Olympic Gold Medals now, and a sixth is likely in the relay.

So, what is left for him to accomplish? And, can he add to his total medal haul?

Bleacher Report Contributor Ryan O'Leary is here with a look into the future.

 

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Bleacher Report will be covering the 2012 London Olympics from every angle throughout the Olympiad, so stay tuned to BleacherReport.com and Bleacher Report's YouTube Channel for all of your coverage.

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