"They tried to kill me!" Usain Bolt jokes after bungling cameraman floors him following 200m gold win 14:41, 27 August 2015 Updated 17:53, 27 August 2015 By Alex Spink Bolt was eventually toppled after he romped to victory in the 200m final - but not by Justin Gatlin or any of his other rivals Usain Bolt crashed to earth after winning a record 10th world title - run over by an out-of-control Segway. The planet’s fastest man had no trouble seeing off his rivals in the 200 metres final in Beijing, but he met his match in a careering TV cameraman on two wheels. The Jamaican was hit from behind as he celebrated beating arch-rival Justin Gatlin to gold for the second time in four days. EPA/ROLEX DELA PENA A Tv cameraman drives into Usain Bolt of Jamaica after the men's 200m final He then jokingly accused the American of being behind the ‘hit’ to stop his dominance of global sprinting. “He tried to kill me!” Bolt said of the cameraman. “I don’t know what he was going on. It was like: ‘You are winning too much – take him out! Check yourself: Bolt gives himself the once over “I feel like Justin Gatlin had something to do with it. Maybe,” he added laughing. “I am just saying, I am just saying. “I wasn’t looking, I was waving to the crowd, and then I felt something take me out. It’s okay. I am happy my body came out unscathed. Gallery: Bolt blows away the field "I have a few cuts. But it’s nothing I have never done to myself in training. It wasn’t as bad.” Bolt, who cast doubt on whether he will finish his career as planned in London when the World Championships visit the Olympic Stadium in 2017, completes his programme here on Saturday with the sprint relay. LIVE: Follow all the reaction to Bolt's win here.