USAIN BOLT pulled his hamstring and collapsed on the track in his final ever race.
Having to make up lots of ground on the anchor leg, Bolt suddenly screamed, stumbled and somersaulted
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Bolt pulled up on the anchor leg for Jamaica, tearing his hamstring in the process
Usain Bolt ended his stellar career in excruciating pain. The Jamaican great crumpled to the track with a left-leg injury as he was chasing a final gold medal for the Jamaican 4x100-meter relay team on Saturday at the world championships.
Running the anchor leg of Jamaica’s 4x100-meter relay at the worlds, Bolt pulled up with what appeared to be an injury to his left leg and failed to finish.
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Slated to run the final leg of the men’s 4×100 relay for Jamaica, Bolt tumbled to the track with an injury just after teammate Yohan Blake handed him the baton.
Bolt hit the deck with severe cramp in his hamstring halfway into the last leg of the 4x100m relay final - which Great Britain went on to win for their second gold of the World Championships.