Considered the greatest athlete of all time, Jamaican Bolt drew curtains on his illustrious career after a disappointing performance at the World Championship in London, where he could only win a bronze in the 100m.
The legendary sprinter retired from athletics at the World Championships.
Usain Bolt found solace in Manchester United's win after a rough week at the World Athletics Championships.
Slated to run the final leg of the men's 4x100 relay for Jamaica, Bolt tumbled to the track with an injury just after teammate Yohan Blake handed him the baton.
Usian Bolt said his emotions were still in check at the thought of bowing out of track and field.
Sebastian Coe, president of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), admitted earlier Sunday he was nervous at how the crowd would respond when the 35-year-old two-time dope cheat, who had taken the title denying crowd favourite and Jamaican superstar Usain Bolt a final individual gold, in Saturday's final, stepped on top of t...
Usain Bolt suffered a dreadful start and could only claim bronze in 9.95sec.
Jamaican sprint star Usain Bolt overcame a "very bad" start to successfully kick off the defence of his world 100m title on Friday.
Sprint superstar Usain Bolt will seek a final golden hurrah when he takes to the track at the IAAF World Championships in London this week.
Bolt, winner of eight Olympic and 11 world gold medals, will bring down the curtain on his glittering career at August's world championships in London.
While Bolt, who has failed to break the 10-second mark in the 100-meter dash this year because of back problems, may be trying to play mind games with his competition, he's not totally wrong.
Usain Bolt will run the 100m and 4x100m at the world championships in London next month, his final event before retiring, the Jamaican sprint star confirmed on Wednesday.
Bolt has won eight Olympic and 11 world gold medals in his career.
The eight-time Olympic champion sprinter bade farewell in a 100-meter race on Saturday evening, winning in front of a sold-out crowd of 30,000 in Kingston.
Usain Bolt won the 100m 'Salute to a Legend' race and bid an emotional farewell to his fans in his final race on Jamaican soil.
Usain Bolt plans to retire from track and field after the 2017 London World Championships
Usain Bolt, Nesta Carter, Asafa Powell and Michael Frater were on the Jamaican relay squad that was disqualified after Carter tested positive for the banned substance methylhexaneamine in a re-test of Beijing samples.
The IOC stripped Jamaica of the 4X100m men's relay gold medal at the 2008 Olympics owing to Nesta Carter's positive dope test, meaning Usain Bolt now loses one of the three golds he won at the Beijing Games