- Usain Bolt retires from athletics after 2017 World Athletics Championship
- The Jamaican won only one bronze medal at the 2017 meet in London, UK
- He pulled up with an hamstring injury in the final lap of the 4x100-meter relay
Usain Bolt's final competitive race as an athlete ended in disappointment after he pulled up with an hamstring injury in the in the final lap of the 4x100-meter relay of the 2017 World Athletics Championship.
The Jamaican received the baton from teammate Yohann Blake in the final lap but fifteen steps into the final homestretch of his final race, he skittered to a stop, hopping, skipping, jumping and finally dropping to the ground and tumbling forward before coming to a rest.
Britain surprisingly won the race ahead of USA who came second and Japan in third place.
Jamaica closed the night with "DNF": Did Not Finish.
Bolt was helped into a wheelchair but eventually got to his feet and, assisted by his teammates, limped gingerly across the finish line.
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Bolt finished the championship with just one medal; a bronze medal won in the 100m race where he shocked the world by coming third.
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