Lost legacy of the world's fastest man

If anyone can breathe life back into being the 100-meter record holder, it's Usain Bolt

Originally Published: August 13, 2009
By Mike Fish | ESPN.com

Part 1: Riding the lightning flash

In a sterile, makeshift studio inside Toronto's Four Seasons Hotel in early June, Usain Bolt is playing to the bright lights and TV cameras again as he is paraded from set to set for predictable, fawning interviews. It's been like this ever since his mind-numbing speed show last summer at the Beijing Olympics track-and-field competition, where with joyful ease he obliterated the world records in the 100- and 200-meter events and won a third gold ...

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