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Usain Bolt, the jamaican legend ends his career

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For a decade since winning the first major medal of his career in 2007 Usain Bolt has lit up track and field and on Saturday August 5 he will finally bring the curtain down on his career running his final race over 100m at the World Athletics Championships in London, reported The Sun.

Back at the Olympic Stadium where he won three golds in 2012.

Once in a blue moon a sporting superstar comes along. Pele, Muhammad Ali, Michael Jordan.
And Bolt’s achievements have catapulted him into sporting immortality alongside them.

In Rio last summer he amassed the triple-triple of Olympic golds.

Even having to hand one back since – a relay gold from Beijing 2008 – after Jamaican team-mate Nesta Carter tested positive did not diminish his achievements.

In clinching his third Olympic 100m crown last summer he became the first track athlete to win a hat-trick of medals in the same event.

And winning 100m gold at London 2017 will mean he has 12 world titles, the only blot on his record coming when he famously false-started in the blue riband event at the 2011 world championships in South Korea.


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