Usain Bolt has fully cemented his place as an Olympic legend with a historic double-triple win at the London Olympics.
The Jamaican managed to maintain all three of the 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay golds he won in Beijing, to the delight of 80,000 spectators packed into the Olympic stadium.
The Jamaican team of Bolt, Yohan Blake, Nesta Carter and Michael Frater stormed to victory, smashing their own world record in a blistering 36.84 seconds.
Following the win, Usain took the opportunity to hit back at IOC chair Jacques Rogge, who claimed he was not yet a legend: "No, he can't challenge me, first of all I would like to answer with a question: what else do I need to do to prove myself a legend?
"I have won both events twice at the Olympics, I have won World Championship gold medals, I have broken world records many times.
"I don't know what else to do - next time you see him you ask him what else he needs to do that no human as ever done before."
However, when asked if he could do the treble-treble by winning the same events again in four years' time, Usain was uncharacteristically doubtful, telling reporters: "I've thought about it but I think it's going to be very hard because Yohan, he's just come into the game and he's running pretty well, and I'm sure there's going to be a lot more cats coming up to run.
"I'm just happy. I'll take it a step at a time."