Usain Bolt is human after all.
American sprinter Tyson Gay defeated Bolt at the DN Galan in Stockholm, running a 9.84 in the 100 meters. Bolt finished second with a time of 9.97 seconds.
“I’m really happy with the win, even though Usain Bolt isn’t in the best shape,” Gay said. “It was very important to beat someone like that for the fans and the sport.”
Gay is the same sprinter who was criticized for his performance at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trails at the Beijing games, questioning his desire and toughness.
This doesn’t mean Bolt is still not the best in the world. It just means he’s not unbeatable.