How can Usain Bolt be beaten and stopped from carving an even heftier slice of Olympic history?
How can he be prevented from crossing the line first in his signature event, the 200 metres?
The question is almost laughable, as miraculous perhaps as turning water into wine or getting politicians to admit they are wrong. How to beat Bolt at the Olympics? Who knows?
It wasn't Shaunae Miller's hands across the line that won the gold. It was the torso.
Miller's desperate dive in the final steps of the 400 meters on Monday night beat Allyson Felix by a dramatic seven one hundredths of a second, 49.44 to 49.51.
The reaction was immediate, and intense. After all, Miller of the Bahamas had denied gold to one of the USA's most beloved sprinters, who even so would become the most decorated American female track and field Olympian, with seven total medals.
New 400 metres national record holder Machel Cedenio, is thanking Trinidad and Tobago for the support he received at the Rio Olympics, where he just missed out on a medal with a 4th place finish in the 400 metres lap.
Cedenio posted the thanks on his Instagram page, "machel75" together with a picture of him on the track.
"I would like to express my heartfelt appreciation to all those who supported me throughout my journey to the Olympics," he says.
Jehue Gordon gets going for T&T in the morning and the day closes for T&T athletes in the Women's 200 metres first round.
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Usain Bolt wins 100 metres final in time of 9.81.
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Olympic Laser Sailor, Andrew Lewis has issued a statement saying thanks to the people of Trinidad and Tobago for their support during his Olympic competition.
Lewis says while he did not bring home an Olympic medal, he will go at it again in four years time in Tokyo.
He says coming from a major injury some months ago when he thought he would die, he is proud to represent this country.
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Marisa Dick, Trinidad and Tobago's representative in the gymnastic events in Rio, says it's been very hard dealing with the "hate" towards her from many in the country she went to represent.
Dick, speaking at the ESPN Studio in Rio, said, however, that the experience at the Olympics was a dream come true.
Dick was asked how she has been able to handle the controversy involving her qualification for the Olympics over Thema Williams.