updated - May 23, 2013 Thursday EDT
Usain Bolt finished up the last session of track Saturday night at the London Olympics by winning the 4x100-meter relay, leading Jamaica to gold medal glory. This was Bolt's second Olympics by winning his sixth gold medal at the Olympics and third at the London Olympics.
Bolt ran the anchor leg in the men's 4x100-meter relay, propelling the Jamaican team to win the gold medal in 36.84 seconds, a new world record. Just days after declaring himself "the greatest athlete to live," the charismatic 25-year-old sprinter continued proving his point.
The U.S. easily took silver, matching the world record at 37.04, while Trinidad and Tobago captured bronze at 38.12 after the Canadians were disqualified for running on their lane line on the final curve.
Now the question that everyone is wondering, will the lightning Bolt come back to shine and break more world records at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games?
"I've thought about it," he said, according to Associated Press. "I think it is going to be very hard. Yohan (Blake, his 22-year-old star teammate) is coming through, and I'm sure a lot of the other young guys are coming up, so I will see what happens in four years."
Having won gold in the 100 meters, 200 meters and the 4x100-meter relay in London, Bolt has pulled off an unprecedented double triple, successfully defending each of the three gold medals that he won at the Beijing Games in 2008.
"That was my goal," Bolt said. "I've done that, so right now I'm going to sit down and think about it. But I'm going to the city tonight to celebrate."
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