Bolt turns DJ
LONDON, England (AP) — Usain Bolt went from sprinting to a world record to spinning a record.
The sprinter completed the defence of his three Olympic titles by anchoring Jamaica's 4x100-metre relay team to a sub-37 second record Saturday night.
Bolt then hotfooted it from Olympic Stadium to a party nearby in east London, where he turned DJ, entertaining the packed crowd in the early hours of Sunday morning.
At the party, Bolt said: "I did what I did and I came here to be legend and I am now so I am very happy with myself."
Bolt won gold in the 100metre and 200 metre races earlier.