The 25-year-old Jamaican defending champion and world record holder crushed the field in the 200m, winning in the fourth fastest time ever run - 19.40sec.
Only Bolt, twice, and American track legend Michael Johnson have run faster.
He may have been slowest out of his blocks, but Bolt wasted no time in making up ground on American Walter Dix outside him.
“I feel great. I'm still the best,” said Bolt, who was disqualified from the 100m final for a false start.
“After the false start on Sunday, I was extremely disappointed not to have given myself the chance to defend my 100m title.
“The 200m represented a great opportunity for me to put it behind me and move on, and I've been determined to do so all week.”
Dix claimed silver in a season's best 19.70sec with Frenchman Christophe Lemaitre coming through strong at the end to take bronze in a national record 19.80sec.
“I wanted to bring the USA the gold but it wasn't to be, I had to console myself with silver. He was just too strong,” Dix said of Bolt.
Finland continued to reign in the world wife-carrying championships on Saturday as Taisto Miettinen sprinted fastest along 253-metres (832-feet) track, carrying Kristiina Haapanen