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>> A stunning upset in athletics as Usain Bolt is finally beaten to the finish line. American sprinter Justin Gatlin spoiled Bolt's farewell party at the World Athletics Championship, taking the 100 meter title away from the Jamaican sprinting legend. As so often before, Bolt made a slow start, but this time he couldn't make up the distance.
21 year old Christian Coleman who beat Bolt in the semis looks set for victory. But it was former world and athletic champion Gatling who took home the gold. Gatling won in 9.92 seconds with Coleman taking silver in 9.94 and Bolt taking home the bronze in 9.95. Gatlin's win sparked a chorus of boos from the crowd, which was unhappy with his doping past.
Bolt was seeking his fourth gold in the event before retiring next week after the sprint relay.