Usain Bolt looks like Olympic-caliber Usain Bolt, which is to say he’s at his best.
At the World Championships in Beijing, Bolt followed up his win over American Justin Gatlin in the 100-meter race with an easy victory in the 200m on Thursday, clipping the second-place Gatlin’s 19.74 with a 19.55-second performance.
Then, finally, Bolt found his match.
Taking a victory lap around the arena, the Jamaican track star was taken down by a cameraman on a Segway. The cameraman lost control of the machine when it clipped a camera track, forcing him to veer the other direction and into Bolt.
The sprinter wasn’t hurt, and afterward made humor of the incident, according to the New York Times.
“He took me out!” Bolt said later, uninjured and smiling. “The rumor I’m trying to start right now is that Justin Gatlin paid him off.”
Gatlin’s deadpan response: “I want my money back. He didn’t complete the job.”
Anyway, here’s a video of Bolt’s impressive victory in the 200m, complete with his trademark chest-beating before the finish line.