Morry Gash, Associated Press
Here's what Usain Bolt is saying after winning his second London gold on Thursday.
Was he confident all along?
— "There wasn't a doubt. I know a lot of people doubted me, but in my mind, there wasn't a doubt. After the 100 meters, I was really confident in myself. So I knew I could do it. It wasn't a problem."
What was behind the 'ssshhh' gesture?
— "That was for all that people that doubted me, all the people that was talking all kinds of stuff that I wasn't going to do it, I was going to be beaten. I was just telling them you can stop talking now because I am a legend."
Even Yohan Blake?
— "I don't know if Yohan was talking. I didn't hear him, so I can't say. If he was talking, then yes."
Are you the greatest ever?
— "Without a doubt. I've done something that no one has done before, which is defend my double title. Back to back for me, I would say I'm the greatest."
— Jenna Fryer — Twitter http://twitter.com/jennafryer
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