Insane Bolt(s) – Two policemen at the Olympic Park celebrate Usain Bolt's victory in the 100 metres with his signature 'Bolt arms' salute.
Bolting family photo – Emma Allen from Farnborough, England and her two daughters strike a Bolt pose with her two daughters at the Olympic Park. "My eldest is Olympics mad and loves this pose! I thought it would be great to do it in the Olympic Park. Of course in the evening Usain did his thing again!"
Baby Bolt – While at a London pub for Sunday lunch with his wife and in-laws, Gordon Coutts says his 11-month-old son Drummond started bolting out of nowhere. "It was so cute! It made everyone around the table crease up with laughter. Drummond looked at us a bit puzzled at first, but then started chuckling," he says.
Happy Bolt – "I love Usain Bolt and he always looks so happy - I'm a big fan and was so pleased when he won his race," says Ebube Ahiarakwe from Abuja, Nigeria who watched Bolt win the 100m sprint at home with family and friends.
Posing Bolts – Two spectators outside the Olympic Park do their best Usain Bolt salutes.
Walking Bolts – British student Lyndon Thompson decided to strike the Usain Bolt pose with his friend last Saturday. "We had just climbed a big hill and I was like 'we need to celebrate this', so we did the pose that Bolt does when he wins," he told CNN.
Footballing Bolt – Tariq Rasheed Ali, a "huge Usain Bolt fan" and a personal trainer, strikes the Bolt pose at Virginia Tigers full contact flag football practice at Bryant Alternative High School in Alexandria, Virginia.
Climbing Bolt – Henry Amarnotey says he is a huge fan of track and field events because he did the 100m in high school. "Usain Bolt is one of my favourite athletes because he has confidence in what he does," he says.
Working Bolts – CNN's Becky Anderson, right, gold medal-winning sprinter and CNN contributor Linford Christie, center, and the CNN production team strike the Bolt pose.
Young Bolt – Matthew Turner's son, Miles, is a huge Usain Bolt fan. So when the Crewe, UK family visited London for Miles' first trip, they visited Madame Tussaud's, and Miles immediately ran to pose with his idol. "He loves doing the pose when he's done something good, I think he sees it as a symbol of triumph and achievement," said Matthew.