Eleven time world champion Usain Bolt withdrew from Jamaica’s Olympic trials only minutes before the men’s 100 metres final on Friday.
Usain Bolt withdrew from the Jamaican Olympic Trials on Friday after suffering a grade-one hamstring injury. And that was just one part of a bizarre night at National Stadium
He will also skip Sunday’s 200m final, according to a post on his twitter account:
— Usain St. Leo Bolt (@usainbolt) July 2, 2016
“I will seek treatment immediately and hope to show fitness at the London Anniversary Games on July 22 to earn selection for the Olympic Games in Rio.” Usain Bolt told.
Bolt won both of his heats at this meet, first the quarterfinal on Thursday and then the semifinal on Friday.
Even with the injury also he put on a fresh shirt and walked off the track after a couple minutes, giving no indication that he was hurting.