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News Americas, DAEGU, Korea, Weds. Aug. 24, 2011: With the 13th edition of the IAAF World Championships set for Daegu, Korea on August 27th, the question has begun surfacing among fans, analysts and critics alike – can Usain “Lightning” Bolt create history again?.

The Jamaican made history at the World Championship in 2009 by becoming the fastest man alive when he broke his own Olympic records in the 100 and 200-meters races in times of 9.58 and 9.19, respectively.

But at the moment, Bolt isn’t even the fastest of the season in the 100-m. That honor belongs to former World record holder and fellow Jamaica, Asafa Powell. At 9.78, he is determined to win his first World title and possibly reclaim the title Bolt stole from him.

Still there’s no denying Bolt, with a seasonal best of 9.88 this year, remains the fastest man on Earth and is the biggest name at the tourney this year. He arrived in Korea early to begin training as the bets begin. Will Bolt retain his title, create history again or will the fastest man find himself outmatched?.

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