At the World Athletics Championships in Moscow this year was a double whammy for sprint aces Mo Farah and Usain Bolt who managed to do the same at the London Olympics in 2012 as well.
Joining the duo in Russia was Jamaican Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce as she won the women's 100 metre and 200 metre gold medals.
The 26-year-old finished first in the 100 and 200 metre events to become the first Caribbean woman to win world sprint double titles.
The Jamaican joined East Germans Silke Gladisch in 1987 and Katrin Krabbe in 1991 to win the sprint double.
Fraser-Pryce's countryman Usain Bolt who was the favourite for the 200 metre sprint lived up to the hype as he won gold in the event to add to his 100 metre win earlier in the week.
Lightening struck twice as the 'world's fastest man' did the double much to the cheer of fans in Moscow and around the world. Bolt will now attempt to win the 4X100 metre relay gold as he joins his fellow Jamaican's in the event.
Mo Farah, also had a double win as he won gold in the 5,000 and 10,000 metre events. The Briton became only the second man to achieve the ‘double double’ in consecutive championships emulating Kenenisa Bekele.
Moscow's World Athletics Championships is a special for fans of sprinting as three champions rose to the top to overcome body and opponents to do the double. A historic feat that has landed the trio in the hearts of fans and the books of history.