With Asafa declaring that he “will be the winner at the Olympic Games” and Usain not being able to get it going recently at the Golden Spike Meet, could this be a sign of things to come?
Usain Bolt won the 100 metres in 10.04 seconds in the wind at the Golden Spike meet yesterday, his first victory in Europe leading to the London Olympics.
The Jamaican had a slow start, but pulled ahead in the final metres. He failed to improve his season best of 9.82 from a May meet in Jamaica. Kim Collins of St Kitts and Nevis finished second in 10.19, followed by Darvis Patton of the United States in 10.22. Jamaica’s Lerone Clarke was fourth in 10.26.
“It’s hard to explain,” Bolt said. “I don’t really know what went wrong.” Read more>>
Source: Jamaica Gleaner