The Jamaican wonder Usain Bolt gave the world another phenomenal show at the Beijing Olympics last night. "Lightning" Bolt lived up to his nickname by finishing the 200-meter final in 19.30 seconds, snatching Michael Johnson's world record of 19.32, set 12 years ago. Michael Johnson's record was spectacular itself, and many thought it would stand a long long time. (The third fastest performance in this event is considerably distant - 19.62 by Tyson Gay.) It's clear that Bolt put everything he had into winning this record, unlike his 100-meter performance.