MOSCOW - No sooner did Usain Bolt happily pocket the 100m world gold than his focus was promptly switched to snagging two more golds in his never-dying quest to become a “real legend” of modern day track and field. Bolt’s blistering, world record-setting performances at the Berlin worlds in 2009 followed treble gold at the Beijing Olympics. A blip in the Daegu worlds in 2011 saw him lose his 100m crown to teammate Yohan Blake after a false-start disqualification, but he rebounded for two more golds there before sealing a unique double treble at last year’s London Olympics. Bolt made no bones about his primary intention in the Russian capital: win back the 100m title. And he did so in emphatic style, clocking a season’s best 9.77 seconds. “I feel a little tired, I need some rest,” said Bolt. –AFP