Bolt Ends Jamaica Chapter; Runs 10.03s to win 100m at Racers Grand Prix Held In Jamaica
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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Just as it started in 2002, it has ended in 2017. Usain Bolt’s performances on local and international soil will forever be etched in the minds and hearts of fans in Jamaica, the Caribbean and the wider Diaspora.
The triple world and Olympic champion ended his Jamaican chapter with a comfortable victory in the JN sponsored “Salute to a legend” men’s 100m at the second JN Racers Grand Prix at the National Stadium.
Bolt, an eight-time Olympic champion and 11-time World champion clocked 10.03 seconds to win in-front of a massive and appreciative crowd.
Bolt won ahead of Jhevaughn Minzie (10.14) and Nikel Ashmeade (10.18).
The world’s fastest man will officially hang up his spikes after the IAAF World Championships in London scheduled for August 4-13