Just watched Usain Bolt run in Zurich. He did the 100m a time of 9.81 seconds, a time which has only ever been beaten (legally) by three other men, and he did it in an odd way. Bolt was pressured by Asafa Powell and then seemed to change up in gear to overtake him, in a manner which defies the normal flat-out nature of the shortest outdoor sprint. Without a doubt, it was impressive.
Yet... I'm feeling ambivalent about the run. Meh, even. Bolt has set such a high standards with his heroics in Berlin recently that a 'mere' 9.81s is disappointing. It's like Michael Schumacher winning repeated Grand Prix, it gets boring. It shouldn't, because it is so impressive, but if Usain Bolt fails to build on his Berlin brilliance, then I get the feeling that this ambivalence will return.