Last Sunday, Usain Bolt added to his collection of gold medals with a win in the 100M at the 2013 World Championships in Moscow. Now, he's quite literally showing no signs of slowing down as he's picked up the 200M gold after a week of qualifications. Earlier today, Bolt finished with a time of 19.66 seconds, with Jamaica's Warren Weir grabbing the silver at 19.79 seconds and the bronze going to Curtis Mitchell of the US with a finish of 20.04.

For Bolt, this is his third consecutive 200M world title, and he's looking especially unstoppable lately. It's also his second time picking up both the 100M and 200M gold at the world championships, repeating his 2009 feat. And of course, Bolt's 19.19-second 200M from the 2009 championships in Berlin currently stands as the world record.

As usual, Bolt was in a customized version of the Puma evoSpeed track spikes, which are comparable to the Bolt evoSpeed Runner. The Puma Bolt evoSpeed Runner is constructed with a shock-absorbing midsole and EverTrack outsole for durability and traction. They're available in limited sizes for $100. Meanwhile, if you're looking for a similar track spike, the Puma Bolt evoSpeed Sprint LTD is a suitable alternative. It features a microfiber upper for comfort and a durable Pebax plate outsole. Try the Puma Bolt evoSpeed Sprint LTD for $140.

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