USAIN Bolt has now broken records both on and off the track.
The Jamaican sprinter set a new Twitter Olympic conversation record last night, following his 200m victory, with more than 80,000 tweets per minute.
The official Twitter account revealed the new record yesterday after Bolt became the first athlete in Olympic history to successfully defend both the 200m and 100m title.
Bolt wrote a Tweet to his 1.3 million followers to express his thanks and let them know that he is now a legend.
The 25 year-old Jamaican answered all the questions about his fitness and state of mind to retain his 100m and 200m titles.
Yohan Blake and Warren Weir made it a Jamaican one-two-three. American Wallace Spearmon came fourth.
Bolt was pushed all the way by Blake, his friend and training partner, who was tipped by many to outshine his mentor in London.