Michael Phelps wrote his name into the history books when he broke the record for the most golds won in a single Olympics with his incredible eight-medal haul at Beijing 2008.
The American not only improved on his six golds and two bronzes won in Athens four years previously, but he also broke the landmark of fellow USA swimmer Mark Spitz, who had claimed seven golds at the Munich Olympics in 1972.
The boys played well today as they managed to put up a much better performance compared to our match against them in Belgium last month [where we lost 6-1],” said team manager and assistant coach Khawaja Junaid told Dawn from London on Tuesday.
About the four missed penalty-corners, he said: “At least the boys showed that they can create penalty-corner chances.
Gatlin’s fellow American, Christian Coleman, was second and Bolt took an unusual colour for him – bronze - in 9.95 seconds.
Gatlin has endured a torrid championships from the spectators.
It didn’t end with a golden flourish but rather karmic revenge on the unsporting thousands who had booed him.
Justin Gatlin, the reformed doper, upstaged Usain Bolt’s farewell race by winning the men’s 100m final in 9.92 seconds.
He suffered the same fate when his name was called out before and after Saturday’s semi-finals and there were also jeers before the final itself.
GB got off to a flying start in their last match before they open their Olympic campaign against Japan on Sunday 29th July at .
Reading's Alex Danson opened the scoring inside 10 minutes.
Comaneci impressed the judges with her spectacular routine.
However, such was the magnitude of her feat that the judging equipment was not set up to properly display the four digits of a 10.00 score, so the scoreboard simply showed 1.00 instead.