MOSCOW, Aug. 16 (Xinhua) — World record holder Usain Bolt easily entered the men’s 200 meters final at 2013 World Championships here on Friday.
In the semi-final, Jamaica’s "lightning Bolt" came in the second heat. With 20.12 seconds, he first sprinted to the finishing line. After all the three heats, Bolt ranked fourth, entering the final which is scheduled on Saturday.
Curtis Mitchell from the United States clocked a personal best of 19.97 seconds to finished first. Adam Gemili from Britain and Jamaican Nickel Ashemeade ranked second and third respectively.
Bolt broke the men’s 200 meters world record with 19.19 seconds in 2009 in Berlin. He has also earned two consecutive golds in this event at the IAAF World Championships.