Usain Bolt’s potentially final race ends in injury

Usain Bolt (JAM) win the bronze medal in 100 Metres Men during the Athletics World Championships 2017, at Olympic Stadium, in London, United Kingdom, Day 2, on August 5th, 2017. (Photo by Julien Crosnier/KMSP/DPPI/Icon Sportswire) ****NO AGENTS---NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA SALES ONLY****NO AGENTS---NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA SALES ONLY****
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Usain Bolt dominated the track during the length of his career. Considered to be potentially the greatest sprinter of all time, surely his career would end with him going out on top.

On Saturday, it ended with him crumpled in a heap on the track. After eight Olympic Gold Medals and the smashing of numerous world records, Bolt ended his career down on the ground.

With that, the torch in men’s track has been seemingly passed, as Bolt has made it known that he’ll be retiring after the 2017 World Championships.

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