Yohan Blake Wins 100m Finals At Jamaican Olympic Trials, Usain Bolt Second

There are some interesting 2012 Olympic trials going on throughout the world, including on the island of Jamaica, where Usain Bolt attempted to qualify for the Jamaican men's Olympic team and defend his 100m men's gold medal.

Bolt struggled in the semifinal round, getting off to a slow start off the gun, but took the lead on the final step, running a dreadfully slow (for Bolt) 10.01 seconds. In the finals, Bolt once again got off to a poor start and couldn't overcome Yohan Blake, taking second place.

Blake won the men's 100m event with a time of 9.75. Bolt came in second place while Asafa Powell came in third. Blake's 9.75 time in the 100m places him fourth all-time in the 100m. Bolt, who holds the record in the 100m with a 9.58, has been struggling since his false start in the 2011 World Championships.

It's Bolt's first loss in the event since 2010.

For more on the 2012 Summer Olympics be sure to stay tuned to SB Nation's dedicated London Olympics 2012 hub.

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