Bolt happy and sad that is coming to an end after successful final test before world CHAMPIONSHIPS
Usain Bolt lives with mixed feelings towards the world CHAMPIONSHIPS next month in London, where he farewell will take as an athlete.
“On the one hand, I’m happy that the end is near, on the other hand, I am sad that it will soon be over,” says Bolt in Monaco against the NIS.
The 30-year-old Jamaican ran there Friday night in the Diamond League at the Stade Louis II last 100 metres in the run-up to his last tournament.
“I’m going to miss. The competitions, the running track, the stadiums and the fans. I have in the atletieksport done everything I could do. The competitions and the atmosphere in the stadiums make for a great feeling.”
Bolt runs in Monaco last 100 metres for the world CHAMPIONSHIPS
Usain Bolt ran Saturday in Monaco for his last 100 meters in the run-up to the world cup.
He ran 9,95 and that is his fastest time of 2017.
Of course made Bolt there is a show again.
Bolt with a young fan.
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The eight times olympic and elfvoudig world champion knew in Monaco a good dress for the world cup. After disappointing times in the past few months ran Bolt in Monte Carlo for the first time this season under the ten seconds (9,95) and that made him happy.
“That shows that I am on the right road am,” said Bolt, who won the race. “I’m happy with this time. I work constantly to be better. There might be some things better. That’s where my focus me now on.”
Bolt runs at the world cup, on Friday 4 August, the 100 metres and the 4×100 metres relay. The 200 meters let him shoot.
Hassan was fourth at 800 meters in Monaco, Bolt under ten seconds