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The world's fastest man will have one last hoorah for the 2016 Rio Olympics — and reportedly for his Olympic career

After winning his third consecutive 200-meter gold on Thursday, Usain Bolt will try to achieve the coveted "triple triple" by earning a gold in the 100-meter, 200-meter and 4x100 relay. The final race is the relay, to be run alongside his Jamaican compatriots. 

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Sports fans dare not miss what will likely be the final race of Bolt's historic Olympic career. For Bolt supporters who don't have a television handy, thankfully there's a way to check out the relay online. 

NBC has the rights to the Olympics, and while the network has been criticized for its approach to Olympics broadcasting, it has provided Olympic coverage on its website, NBCOlympics.com, as well. Online coverage of Bolt's final race will begin Friday at 7:10 p.m. Eastern. You can also check out the rest of NBC's Olympics schedule here.   

Don't miss out — or you may never be able to catch the fastest, meme-worthiest runner on the planet in the Olympics again.