Jamaica Teammates Blame London Organisers For Usain Bolt's Injury

Jamaica Teammates Blame London Organisers For Usain Bolt's Injury

Jamaica Teammates Blame London Organisers For Usain Bolt's Injury

A British record of 37.47 seconds was the third quickest time in the history of the event, as Team GB held off the challenge of the United States.

Athletes such as Mo Farah, Bolt and Katarina Johnson-Thompson teach us to run the race to win; however, if first place is not the gold we can still be winners.

"It's been brilliant. The energy in the stadium is outstanding", Bolt said, hailing the deafening support in the packed-out London Stadium "not just for me but the whole championships".

An angry Yohan Blake suggested a lengthy wait in cold conditions contributed to Usain Bolt's career ending in painful fashion, after the iconic sprinter sensationally pulled up injured in the men's 4x100m relay at the IAAF World Championships.

IT WAS Super Saturday for Great Britain and Northern Ireland as the men's 4x100m quartet won gold after the women had taken silver. Lord Coe, stated that Gatlin's win is not the flawless end but there is not much that we can do because he has not broken any rule here. We were there around 45 minutes waiting outside, I think they had three medal ceremonies before we went out so we were really trying our hardest to stay warm and keep upbeat. I think it got the better of us.

On an August night in 2008, Usain Bolt announced his arrival.

The 100 and 200m world record holder, who also anchored the Jamaican squad to a world record in the relay of 36.84sec at the 2012 London Olympics, will be back at the track for the final at 2050 GMT. "Personally I think he has been incredible for the sport".

Britain took silver in 42.12 and two-time defending champion Jamaica earned bronze in 42.19.

The Jamaican already has 19 global gold medals - eight Olympic victories and 11 from the World Championships.

Edris, a former world junior champion, timed his last lap burst to perfection to win in 13 minutes 32.79 seconds, copying Farah's famous Mobot gesture as he crossed the line.

He finished second in Thursday's 5,000m heat in 13 minutes 30.18 seconds, behind Ethiopia's Yomif Kejelcha.