Bolt Injures in IAAF Championship: Final Farewell for the Champion

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Bolt Injures on the Track

The career of Usain Bolt comes to an end. In the 4×100 meters relay, he suddenly lies on his back in the lane holding head with his hands on Saturday’s final race. The 30-year-old met with a massive stroke on his legs.

How Bolt Paused?

Britain won the Gold, Bolt just lied on the track. Very soon, medics came near him with a wheelchair to push him off the track. Surprisingly, the sports authorities say that his career will not end in a wheelchair. However, the fastest man limped 30 minutes to the line.

“He kept apologizing to us but we told him there was no need to apologize,” Forte said. “Injuries are part of the sport.” McLeod added: “It just happened – Usain Bolt’s name will always live on.”

Justin Gatlin, who raced along with Bolt and winner of 100 individual races made a tribute to the Bolt. “I think it was the elements (that caused the injury). I’m sorry he got this injury. He’s still the best in the world,” Gatlin said. “This farewell time, I’m sentimental about it already now. In the warm-up area, we give ourselves

“This farewell time, I’m sentimental about it already now. In the warm-up area, we give ourselves to respect and greeted each other. Usain Bolt is a great athlete.”

Jamaican doctor, Kevin Jones, said that he had a hamstring cramp on his left leg. “It was 40 minutes and two medal presentations before our run… we were kept 40 minutes. It was crazy,” Blake said. “They were holding us too long.”

“We keep warming up and waiting, then warming up and waiting. I think it got better of us. It hurts to see a true legend, a true champion go out there and struggle like that.” Team manager of Jamaica, Ian Forbes
The championship lost its spark without Usain Bolt and he may be resting forever in his life.