Usain Bolt's finishes usually feel like some sort of running comeback joke, because it makes claims of his vulnerability seem so ridiculous. Without Tyson Gay to worry about, Bolt again defended his title as the World's Fastest Man under rainy condition at the World Championships at Moscow.

Bolt finished the 100m dash in 9.77 seconds, passing American Justin Gatlin—who beat Bolt at the Rome Diamond League earlier his year—in the final 30 meters. With the win, Bolt reclaimed the gold after losing it because of his disqualification by false start two years ago.

"I'm just doing my part by running fast, winning titles and letting the world know you can do it clean," Bolt said after the race.

Was that a subliminal or no?

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[via ESPN]