Usain Bolt has said he plans to retire after 2017, but until he does, he's still "the man to beat."
Bolt won the 200-meter event with a time of 20.29 at the Adidas Grand Prix meet Saturday at Icahn Stadium in Randall's Island, N.Y., where he broke the world record in the 100-meter for the first time in 2008.
Zharnel Hughes of Anguilla nearly edged Bolt as he finished the race with a time of 20.32, pointing to the track star and smiling after the finish.
Bolt, on the other hand, wasn't pleased with his performance despite the win.
"I'm not overly happy with it," Bolt said after the race. "The first 100 meters was poor, it was...