The 100 meters may be the event that arbitrarily crowns the fastest man on Earth, but the 200 is where Usain Bolt's best event lies. Once you get the frightening thought out of your head, we can move on. Bolt is still the fastest man in the world in the 100 and on Saturday, Bolt left his treadmarks on the track by blazing past the field to become the first athlete in history to win the 200 meters gold three years in a row at the world championships. Fellow Jamaican Warren Weir finished second, but was never able to make it a race. Bolt will look to clinch his fourth gold of the 2013 world championships on Sunday in the 4×100 meter relay.