Justin Gatlin stunned the world to claim the 100m World Championship title and leave Usain Bolt trailing in third place in his final 100m individual race before retirement at the world championships in London on Saturday.
Bolt, set for retirement after these championships, could only take the bronze behind the winner and his compatriot Christian Coleman.
Gatlin, banned twice for drugs, crossed the line with a time of 9.92 seconds while the 21 year old Coleman came second with 9.94 and the sprint king managed third with 9.95 settling for silver and bronze respectively.
It was the final individual race for the 30-year-old Jamaican at an Olympics or world championships.
Apart from a false start in the world 100m final six years ago in Daegu, Bolt had been unbeaten in 100m and 200m finals at global championships dating back to 2008.
Gatlin had gone closer than anyone to ending that streak at the 2015 world titles in Beijing, when he was edged out by one hundredth of a second in the 100m decider.
The crowd booed Gatlin at the Stadium when the results was flashed up on the screen but as is his way, Bolt embraced Gatlin before taking a lap of farewell of his own but a stunned stadium were struggling to believe what they had just seen.