Usain Bolt has warned Yohan Blake he is ready to defeat him him in the Olympic 200m after he beat him convincingly in the 100m on Sunday night.
Bolt suffered shock defeats to Blake in both the 100m and the 200m at the Jamaican trials.
But the 26-year-old bounced back in sensational fashion last night, pulling away from an outstanding field to win his second Olympic 100m title in 9.63 seconds.
Bolt now considers himself to be one triumph - one more successful Olympic title defence - away from achieving legendary sprint status.
"I've told Yohan Blake, I am not going to let him beat me again. I've said that to him already," Bolt said.
"When Blake beat me in Jamaica that was a wake-up call.
"He (effectively) knocked on my door and said Usain: 'This is an Olympic year, wake up'.
"So I am grateful for that moment because after that I got my head together, got my head in the game."