Jamaican runner and Olympic champion, Usain Bolt, takes the gold in the 100-meter dash in the London 2012 Olympics.
USA Today reported Bolt, 25, came into the games saying he wanted "to become a legend." After winning the gold with the second-fastest time in history, a 9.63 seconds, Bolt said, "It means I'm one step closer to being a legend. I have the 200 (meters) to go, so I'm looking forward to that. The 100 is just one step in the door."
As reported by the Washington Post, Jamaican Yohan Blake follows closely behind Bolt for the silver at 9.75 seconds and Justin Gatlin of the U.S. won the bronze with a time of 9.79.