Celebrity News: Total Surprise. Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt could not say goodbye to gold in the 100 meters of the London Athletics World Championship after finishing in third place in the final of the event.
Bolt recorded a time of 9.95 seconds and was surpassed by the American Justin Gatlin, who was left with the gold when crossing the goal with a time of 9.92 seconds.
Christian Coleman also won the silver medal (9.94).
The 30-year-old had won his way to the final after finishing second in his qualifying series (9.98).
Bolt could not get his fourth world title in the 100 meters, as he had previously won the gold medal in Berlin 2009, Moscow 2013 and Beijing 2015. In Daegu 2011 he was disqualified for a game in fake in full.
Bolt started late and went back throughout the race. In the end, there was a pause before the winner was officially announced.
This is the first defeat of Bolt in the test in Olympic Games or world championship.
Earlier this year, Bolt announced he would retire from the tracks after the World Championship. Bolt will have another chance to win the gold when he competes in the 4 × 100 relay next week.
Leaving aside the aforementioned false start, the Jamaican was beaten for the first time in a 100-meter final considering world and Olympic Games.
Usain Bolt will retire with a documentary and then compete in the World Athletics Championships in London in 2017. The Jamaican athlete questions “I worry every year, am I still fast?” In the first preview of the documentary that was broadcast on Yahoo platform.
In the documentary, he will narrate some of his anecdotes in childhood and in his professional life “I want to show how my life is” says Bolt who will show scenes of his competitions in Bejing, London, and Rio.