Nesta Carter (9.78 PB), Michael Frater (9.88 PB), Yohan Blake (9.82 PB), Usain Bolt (9.58 PB)
South Korea, September 4, 2011 -- Usain Bolt clutched the purple baton in his right hand and tore off down the track in the final leg of the 400-meter relay.
There was no one to push the Jamaican star; this was simply Bolt vs. the clock at the World Championships.
The clock didn't stand a chance.
Bolt ran with an all-out fury on Sunday as he helped the team finish in a world-record time of 37.04 seconds. His eyes grew big in amazement after glancing at the clock, he screamed and then tossed the baton into the air.
This from a man who claimed he wasn't in record-breaking shape. But anything's possible when Bolt takes the track.
Usain Bolt - 8 World Records - 100m (9.72, 9.69, 9.58), 200m (19.30, 19.19), 4x100m relay (37.10, 37.04), 150m (14.36)
The last 100m of Usain Bolt's 150m run was timed in 8.70 secs, the fastest time ever recorded over 100 metres.
Yohan Blake (born December 26, 1989) is the current 100m World Champion. On September 8, 2011, he set a new personal best of 9.82 secs over 100m in Zurich, and on September 17 in Brussels he ran the second fastest time ever run over 200m. His time of 19.26 secs overtook Michael Johnson's mark of 19.32 secs and was just behind the world record of 19.19 secs held by Usain Bolt.