When and where to watch World Athletics Championship, TV coverage

When and where to watch World Athletics Championship, TV coverage

When and where to watch World Athletics Championship, TV coverage

The 30-year-old 100 meters and 200 world record-holder collapsed on the London Stadium track whilst anchoring Jamaica in the final of the 4x100 on Saturday as cramp gripped his leg.

"To see a hero like that, a champion of the sport go down like that, that's a true friend, I didn't like it one bit".

Dr Kevin Jones, the Jamaica team doctor, said of Bolt's injury: "It's cramp in his left hamstring but a lot of pain is from the disappointment from losing the race".

Usain Bolt's track career ended in agony today as he pulled up injured in the 4x100m relay - while Great Britain stormed to a sensational victory.

"But we've got to make sure we come out and have our sticks right because it'll be another competitive race just like the 100 was, but I'm definitely looking forward to the challenge".

In an interview with the Telegraph, Blake said a combination of the long walk and long wait contributed to Bolt's injury.

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"From 2008, Usain Bolt has done unbelievable things", said Gatlin.

"Two gold medals is awesome for me", Bowie said. He actually finished in third at the IAAF World Championships in London.

Usain Bolt last race live streaming online: The relay race will be the final event of the evening's proceedings at the penultimate day of the Athletics World Championship. The Turkish team finished in seventh place, with the Jamaican team failing to finish after Bolt sadly pulled up in the final straight, after Omar McLeod, Julian Forte, and Yohan Blake had put the nation in contention for a medal. In fact Usain said to me: 'Yohan, I think this is insane.

I think they were holding us too long in the call room. Before the start of the race, he called past US foibles in the event "frustrating" and "embarrassing". "Tonight is not going to define who he is".

Before Bolt came onto the track, he was consoling Mo Farah, his long-distance equivalent who had just lost his first major race since 2011 when he failed to get gold in the 5,000 meters. The Atlanta-born sprinter already has his eyes set on adding the 200m to his repertoire in Qatar in two years.

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