Usain Bolt Wins In Ostrava With A Margin Of Only 0.03 Seconds
The winning margin between Usain Bolt and Yunier Perez was only 0.03 seconds. Bolt's performance failed to impress many and he said that due to his health issues, he was not in a form but he will be fine for the championship event in the London.
Usain Bolt won three times in the Olympic 100m champion and his performance in Ostrava was no different where he secured the first position by crossing the line in 10.06 seconds. Yunier Perez, the Cuba runner stood second because of a delay of 0.03 seconds while crossing the final line after Usain Bolt. According to reports from BBC, another winner was Mo Farah, the British runner who ran and won the 10,000 m by covering the distance in exactly 27 minutes and 12 seconds. Wayde van Niekerk, South African runner created the world record by running in the 300m event in just 30.81 seconds. He successfully beat the record created by Michel Johnson in 2000 where he covered the ground in 30.85 seconds.
The report further states that retirement is on the card for Bolt at the World Championships in London, which will take place in August. For the first time in his career, Bolt has managed to successfully run two successive 100m races of more than 10 seconds. Bolt expressed disappointment with his performance by saying that he was not happy with his show in the championship. He said that he was into running and some other training to improve the performance. He also assured his fans by saying that he will be fine and he needs to take an appointment with his doctor.
Glen Mills, Bolt's coach admitted that because of Bolt's health issues, a lot of hard work needs to be done in a very short interval of time, but he will surely catch up. With a winning margin of only 0.03 seconds, everyone including Bolt accepted that he needs to train himself.