Realistic Bolt blames miss historic world CHAMPIONSHIP gold to bad start
Usain Bolt was Saturday night realistic after his disappointing third place on his last 100 meters at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS of athletics in London. The Jamaican found himself not good enough to write a history.
“My start has, ultimately, my race ruined,” concluded Bolt, that winner Justin Gatlin and Christian Coleman for had to endure, told the BBC.
“Normally, I am with the rounds better, but now knocked it all just not in the final. So, I have not won.”
The triple world champion on the 100 metres after his series of Thursday also already very critical at start and be the cause to the starting blocks in London. Bolt said that it was “the worst starting blocks that he has ever experienced”.
Bolt had history able to write in London, because no athlete picked up ever four-time world cup gold in the 100 metres. Also the Americans Carl Lewis and Maurice Greene came to three world titles in the 100 meters.
Bolt beaten by Gatlin
Usain Bolt had the race to Justin Gatlin.
The two showed a lot of respect for each other.
Gatlin was booed by the audience.
Gatlin was in 2005, already a world champion.
Bolt had for the fourth time, gold can get.
The Jamaican was anything but in sackcloth and ashes after his bronze medal.
He sought out acquaintances in the audience.
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Bolt found the lack of gold is mainly for the people who are for him in the Olympic Stadium in London were. It looked at nearly 60,000 people to the finals in the 100 metres.
“The support from the fans was really fantastic and overwhelming,” said Bolt. “The fans were behind me, and I appreciate that very much. I only regret that I have not been able to win.”
In addition to the 100 meter running Bolt still in the 4×100 metres in London. The 200 metres, the distance that he is four-time olympic champion, let him shoot.
Bolt grabs in London in addition to historic world CHAMPIONSHIP gold on the last 100 meters