Usain Bolt ran to another world record Sunday, winning the 100-metre race in 9.58 seconds at the world championships. Bolt shaved .11 seconds off the record he set at the Beijing Olympics, beating defending champion Tyson Gay, who set a U.S. record of 9.71 seconds. In the fastest 100 ever, Asafa Powell took Jamaica's second medal, a bronze with a time of 9.84 as per TSN.ca.
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