•Bolt beat Mark Lewis Francis, Wallace Spearmon and Jefferson Liberato Lucindo with a time of 10.06
•100m track was set up on the famous Copacabana beach
2016 Olympics will be held in Rio de Janeiro
•Bolt confirmed he had delayed his retirement for a year after his sponsors asked him to keep competing for another year
Usain Bolt has set the pace for Rio 2016 with a 10-second 100m win on Copacabana beach two years before the Olympics.
The world’s fastest man was in Rio de Janeiro for the Mano a Mano sprint against British sprinter Mark Lewis Francis, American Wallace Spearmon and Brazilian Jefferson Liberato Lucindo.
Bolt, 27, thrilled crowds on a specially-built track on the famous beach with a time of 10.06, dancing samba after his win. His World Record stands at 9.58 seconds.