Pure dominance limited by showing-off.

During the 2008 Summer Olympics, Usain Bolt learned a lesson from the Olympic Committee and crowd reaction during his 100m final: don’t show-off before the finish line; rather, impress us as the “fastest man on earth” and then celebrate in whatever way you feel – including your human reenactment of a lighting bolt.

And now, according to ESPN.com, Usain is learning another lesson: don’t have your coach promote that you can shatter the former 100m record by running a time, say around, 9.52s; rather, you’re going to have to prove it, because physicists have you pegged between 9.55 – 9.61s. (pffft!)

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