Jamaican athlete, Usain Bolt who is the only sprinter to capture the 100- and 200-metre track titles at three consecutive Olympics and holds the world record of 9.58 seconds in the 100 and 19.19 in the 200 seems pretty confident despite the fact that he’s retired.
Usain Bolt Fails to Finish 4x100m Relay Medal Race at IAAF World Championships on Saturday, as the Athletics star pulled up with an injury during the 4×100-meters final at the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London.
NBC Olympics shared this image of the 30-year-old, as he failed to finish the race:
Bolt was already chasing the British and American teams when he started the final leg of the race, and he didn’t even come close to the finish line before pulling up.
As FloTrack shared, he did eventually cross the finish line:
Jamaica started with Yohan Blake in third and Bolt as the final man, while the USA opted for Christian Coleman as their final runner, with Justin Gatlin taking the second leg. The Americans were seen as the favourites, with Bolt showing signs of weakness in the individual 100 meters and most expecting him to start his leg with a large deficit.