02 July 2016

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Usain Bolt Withdraws Jamaican Olympic Trials but Dreams for Rio 2016 Still Lives

The race superstar of the Jamaica – Usain Blot has been forced to move out of his nation’s Olympic trials on Friday night i.e., just before the final 100m in Kingston. The reason behind this is he has an injury. However, the withdrawal of the Usain does not mean that he will be missing out the Rio Olympic sports 2016, where his aim is to secure the 200m, 100m, and 4x100m relay titles he has won in the London 2012 and Beijing 2008 Games.

Jamaican Star Usain Bolt Out of Olympic Trails 2016

Bolt to Prove His Fitness for Rio Olympics 2016

The selection policy of the Jamica has allowed the medical exceptions and the team of Bolt has handed one in after the semi-finals that happened on Friday, in which Bolt has intensified a hamstring injury which troubles the Bolt in the qualifiers that took place on Thursday. The withdrawal of the bolt from the contest on medical exemption has been confirmed by the executive manager of the Bolt Nugent Walker in not more than 20 minutes before the race has started.

Bolt later in his tweet mentioned that, he will be asking to prove regarding his fitness in London meeting that will be happening soon this month.
Though bolt has run as the second fastest with 9.88 seconds time in100m this year to claim 3rd place, he has yet to run in the 200m of his preferred event. After a poor beginning, Usain had clocked 10.04 to win the first semi-final and was he has to win over Yohan Blake in the final, who has clocked 9.95 for winning in the other semi-final.


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