Jamaica Teammates Blame London Organisers For Usain Bolt's Injury

Lynette Rowe
August 13, 2017

Great Britain snatched an unexpected gold in the Men's 4x100m relay as Jamaica's Usain Bolt closed his career by pulling up injured in the home straight.

"To see a hero like that, a champion of the sport go down like that, that's a true friend, I didn't like it one bit".

Amid chaotic scenes at London Stadium Great Britain delivered a shock victory as Usain Bolt's glorious career ended in injury and agony.

"But we've got to make sure we come out and have our sticks right because it'll be another competitive race just like the 100 was, but I'm definitely looking forward to the challenge". "Now he's really deserved time away and to not have to deal with the gruelling training". Usain Bolt is a true inspirational athlete that helped redefine athletics and running at a time and he will have had a profound impact upon many people who will look at him as a true role model. I drank like two bottles of water.

Bolt, who finished third in the individual 100m behind victor Justin Gatlin and Christian Coleman, said: "I enjoy relays more than anything".

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The LSU track program will have one last shot at winning an individual medal Sunday when Charlene Lipsey races in the women's 800 final at 2:10 p.m. According to Bolt, the Jamaican team is all relaxed and he is feeling quite excited to run with the younger guys like 100m semi-finalist Julian Forte. They were holding us too long.

"It was ridiculous man, we were there around 45 minutes waiting outside, I think they had three medal ceremonies before we went so we were really trying our hardest to stay warm and keep upbeat", McLeod told reporters.

In what turned out to be a disastrous end to a fabulous career, Usain Bolt pulled up a hamstring and witnessed a shocking end to his very last race, leaving millions of his fans astounded and heartbroken. He said that Usain Bolt's name will always be alive. "We hope for the best for him".

"He's a showman. I think he will do a great job if he comes back to track and field". "It feels like second nature because we work well together".

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