By Nelson Belen, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - For ten seconds on Sunday night, all talk of green pool water, lack of stadium food, and athletes’ muggings in the 2016 Rio Olympics took a backseat to one man in his sport’s most singular event: Usain Bolt and the Olympics’ 100-meter dash. And both lived up to the hype.
With a time of 9.81 seconds, Bolt became the first man ever to win the 100m in three straight Olympics, showing the world that despite a hamstring injury that sidelined him for a month, he is still the . . .