Bolt keen to honour Germaine Mason with Championships win


Perhaps a Canadian record.

"That's what I keep reading and what my team keeps telling me, so I've got to prove myself again", the 30-year-old said in a warning shot to pretenders to his crown in the blue riband event of the IAAF World Championships.

Muir broke Dame Kelly Holmes' 1500m record at London Stadium a year ago, but found the pace of Kenya's Faith Kipyegon and Ethiopia's Genzebe Dibaba too hot to handle over the final 800m in a tactical Olympic final in Rio. "I'm just going out there to win this Saturday".

He has only beaten Bolt once in his long career - at a Diamond League meeting in Rome in 2013.

"We definitely didn't see anything coming", McMillan said of the injury.

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His manager Paul Doyle added: "We tried to do everything we could to have him ready but he's just not going to be ready". But an ultrasound the following morning revealed a small tear. Bolt had also played against Yuvraj Singh in an exhibition match in 2014 during his maiden visit to the country and even scored 19-ball 45, including five sixes. "It set me back a little bit and I didn't train for three weeks maybe", said Bolt.

Usain Bolt looks increasingly likely to achieve the flawless send-off to his athletics career at the World Championships in London after his main rival for 100m gold, Andre de Grasse, was forced to withdraw through injury.

Bolt clearly hasn't forgotten that race.

"If that means putting out some great times in the 100, 200 and 400m, then I know I've achieved the goals I want to do as an athlete". De Grasse is eight inches shorter. But De Grasse made Bolt work for it. "But there is absolutely zero disrespect from Andre to Usain".

Van Niekerk will attempt a 200 and 400m double in London, but will not have the chance to go up against Bolt who has opted to race in the 100m and 4x100m relay only.

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"The entire year this 100-metre race in London was my focus", De Grasse said in a statement today.

De Grasse received ultrasound treatment on Tuesday in London and flew to Munich Wednesday for further treatment, but the outcome is that he should skip the worlds. I'm always ready to go, I'm looking forward to the competition so for me that's it.

Bolt's final season has been marked by tragedy, with the Jamaican having to come to terms with the death of his friend, former Britain high jumper Germaine Mason, who died in a motor crash in April.

De Grasse has sustained a hamstring tear this week and the injury is going to cause him to give London a miss.

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