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  • 30 May 2019
    导出博客文章Usain Bolt confirmed suffering a grade one hamstring tear at Jamaicas Olympic
    trials on Friday but the star sprinter expects to secure his place at the Rio
    Games by proving his fitness at the London Anniversary Games later this
    month.Bolt withdrew from the final of the mens 100m after Friday nights
    semi-finals as Yohan Blake went on to win the trial in 9.95 seconds.After
    feeling discomfort in my hamstring after the first round last night (Thursday)
    and then again in the semi-final tonight (Friday) I was examined by the Chief
    Doctor of the National Championships and diagnosed with a Grade 1 tear, Bolt
    said on his official Facebook account.I have submitted a medical exemption to be
    excused from the 100m final and the remainder of the National Championships.I
    will seek treatment immediately and hope to show fitness at the London
    Anniversary Games on July 22 to earn selection for the Olympic Games in Rio, the
    two-time Olympic 100 metre and 200 metre gold medallist added.Bolt had clocked
    10.04 seconds to win semi-final one after a poor start.His withdrawal does not
    mean he would miss the Rio Olympics, where Bolt is expected to defend his 100m
    and 200m titles.Unlike the United States, where the first three finishers in the
    trials win Olympic berths, Jamaicas selection policy allows medical
    exemptions.His coach Glen Mills told Reuters that efforts were made since
    Thursday night to get Bolt ready for Fridays semi-final and final.The therapist
    did a good job working on him but in a couple of hours to come and run, he felt
    it again, Mills said.Hamstring injuries are always serious.The fact that he
    couldnt run, showed it is serious, but well see what happens between now and
    (the Olympics), Mills said at trackside after another of his charge, Blake, won
    the trial.Bolt also posted a photo of receiving treatment on his instagram page.
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