Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt wrote a page of history Sunday night by winning for the third time Olympic gold in the 100 meters.
And despite the immense pressure he had on his shoulders, the rider seemed to have fun as a little crazy. The proof? He was all smiles crossing the finish line far ahead of his American rival Justin Gatlin.
By the time he finished what will probably be the last Olympic 100m of his career, the veteran turned to his protege: none other than the Canadian Andre De Grasse, the bronze medalist.
At 21, the Canadian is the future of sprint. Usain Bolt knows this and has taken the young sprinter under her wing. It was beautiful to see them celebrate their accomplishment together after the race.