Gatlin stuns Bolt to win 100m world title

Justin Gatlin ruined Usain Bolt's farewell party when the 35-year-old American won the world 100 metres title on Saturday, beating the Jamaican superstar into third.

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    Justin Gatlin ruined Usain Bolt's farewell party when the 35-year-old American won the world 100 metres title on Saturday, beating the Jamaican superstar into third.

    What was meant to be a glorious celebration of the departure of one of sport's greatest showman turned into a condemnation of Gatlin, who was twice banned for drug offences.

    Al Jazeera's Elise Holman reports.


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