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No one can catch the world's fastest man on the track, but photographers are a whole different story. 

As Usain Bolt crossed the finish line Sunday night in the 100-meter semi-final, he appeared to flash a smile!

Bolt would later cross the finish line in 9.81 seconds in the final to become the first runner to ever win the event for a third straight time.

The 29-year-old spotted the field a lead and it looked for a moment like American Justin Gatlin would pull off the upset. 

But Bolt surged, as he always does, to the line in front in what looked like a jog.

The perfectly-timed photo earlier in the night, taken by Cameron Spencer of Getty Images, really sparked a frenzy. 

It's just not even fair...


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