The Jamaican Sensation is already knocking out the competition in preparation for the 2016 Olympics.
Two-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt of Jamaica won the 100 meters at the track and field world championships Sunday in Beijing.
Bolt won the gold in 9.79 seconds, followed by his rival Justin Gatlin at 9.80. Andre De Grasse and Trayvon Bromell tied for the bronze at 9.92.
Bolt defended his 2013 world title where he won the 100 and 200 meters in record-breaking time. He also won both events at the 2012 Olympics.