There was lightning flashing on the track as well as in the sky when Jamaican sprint king Usain Bolt claimed the 100m title on day two of the IAAF World Championships in Russia. Bolt stormed home (boom-tish) in 9.77sec at the Luzhniki stadium in Moscow ahead of American Justin Gatlin (9.85) and Jamaican Nester Carter (9.95). It was Bolt’s sixth career world title, with the Jamaican well and truly closing in on all-time leaders Carl Lewis and Michael Johnson, who boast eight each. He could catch them at these games, too, with the 200m and 4x100m still on his menu … Enjoy the commentary!