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The Usain Bolt documentary The Fastest is set to be released in 2012, but thanks to a clip posted on <a href="http://www.runnerspace.com/video.php?video_id=51474-Usain-Bolt-working-out-in-a-pool">Runnerspace.com</a> we've already learned three important things: 1.
Scientists from SMU, Rice, and the University of Wyoming have discovered that <a href="http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/01/100122102843.htm" target="_blank">humans have potential to run at a rate exceeding 35-40+ MILES PER HOUR</a>.
A couple of people have sent me this clip from a Japanese TV show, either because (a) they know that anything that parodies Usain Bolt has a better-than-average chance of being linked up, or (b) they're aware of my unwavering, disgusting fascination with blackface.
For millennia, competition between humans for food, money, and women has come down to who is faster than whom.
Remember that world record that Usain Bolt set over the weekend in the 100, breaking a world record that he set in the Olympics.
When it's not busy sending emails threatening litigation to websites who dare try to showcase Olympic videos, or ignoring China's blatant fabrication of gymnasts' ages, the International Olympics Committee is shitting on one of the most compelling athletes of these Games.
NBC chose not to air Usain Bolt's historic <a href="../post.phtml?pk=6695">record-setting 200-meter performance</a> online so that Bob Costas and company could be the "first" to air it during tonight's coverage.
Usain Bolt has won gold in the 200 meters, setting a new world record of 19.
Gymnastics - He Kexin <a href="http://sports.espn.go.com/oly/summer08/gymnastics/news/story?id=3540418" target="_blank">won a tiebreaker for the gold in the uneven bars</a> over Nastia Liukin, who, like Mongo in There's Something About Mary, has a forehead like a drive-in movie theatre.
Written by Chris "Preach" Smith *cues Damian Marley's "Welcome To Jamrock"* As I write this, Usain Bolt of Jamaica is the proud owner of a gold medal in what was supposed to be a monumental showdown in the 100 meter dash.