World's fastest man, Usain Bolt, recovered from the blow he suffered last month at the world championship in Daegu where he was disqualified for a false start.

Bolt showed his thunderous side and won the 100 meters sprint at the Diamond League track meet in Brussels in 9.76 seconds clocking the fastest time of the year start on Saturday.

The 100 meter sprint was completely dominated by Bolt and his fellow sprinters from Jamaica. With Bolt being the winner, Jamaica's Nesta Carter finished the race in 9.89 seconds, reaching the finishing line second followed by Lerone Clarke in 10.05. Justin Gatlin of the U.S. was fourth in 10.12.  

Bolt holds a world-record of 9.58 seconds in the 100 meters final of Berlin World Championships in 2009.

On Tuesday, Bolt ran a track record 9.85 seconds in the 100m at an IAAF World Challenge meeting in Croatia, smashing longstanding American rival Tyson Gay's mark of 9.92 seconds set last year.



Usain Bolt of Jamaica sprints to win the men's 100 metres event at the Memorial Van Damme, IAAF Diamond League athletics meeting in Brussels September 16, 2011.