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Brilliant Bolt takes 200m gold
Usain Bolt blazed to his 13th global gold medal with an emphatic 200 metres victory at the World Championships in Moscow.
The Jamaican stormed to glory in 19.66 seconds, six days after taking the 100m title.
Compatriot and training partner Warren Weir claimed silver in 19.79secs, with American Curtis Mitchell getting bronze in 20.04s.
Adam Gemili, who in the semi-finals became only the second Briton to break the 20-second barrier when he ran 19.98, could not quite match it but still ran his second fastest time ever of 20.08 for fifth place.
While Bolt had a fight on his hands to beat Justin Gatlin in the 100m final, in this one there was only one winner from the moment he came out of the blocks.
The 26-year-old was away and gone as he flew off the bend and powered away down the straight to claim his third straight world 200m title.
Bolt became a "living legend" in his own eyes by retaining his Olympic sprint titles at London 2012 and has no intention of relinquishing his dominance.
"My goal is to defend my titles at the next Olympics (in Rio) as it hasn't been done before by anyone," he said.
"And this World Championships is a stepping stone towards that goal."
Gemili, the first British man in a world 200m final for 10 years, said afterwards: "It's an unbelievable experience to be in that final on the outside Usain Bolt and just being in the top eight and finishing fifth. I'm just very proud, very happy and very grateful to be in this position."
He added: "I was very close to a medal - just four hundredths (of a second) - and I missed out on the Olympic final (in the 100m) by four hundredths as well, so it's always those fours.
"But as I get older and stronger that will hopefully come down and down and down. Hopefully I'll be up there getting a medal in future years."