London, 2012 -- Usain Bolt has struck in the Olympic sprint double-double in the 200 metres of athletics action at the London Games today.

Bolt matched his stunning Beijing 100 and 200 crowns four years ago by adding a second London Games gold to his 100 victory on Sunday, and clocking 19.32 seconds for victory today in the 200m.

The fastest man in the world is now, also an Olympic legend, having now also topped Carl Lewis by scoring a double-double at two Olympics.

Jamaica which is now the sprinting capital of the world now secured the Gold, Silver, and the Bronze today in the London 2012, 200m sprint finals.

Jamaica has swept all three medals, Usain Bolt in 19.32s, Yohan Blake in 19.44s, and Warren Weir in 19.84s

Glen Mills, coach of the three, will certainly feel special know that his hard work and the hard work of these three has paid off making history.