Usain Bolt running last individual race Saturday

Farah was consoled immediately at the finish by Edris the man who beat him

Farah was consoled immediately at the finish by Edris the man who beat him

In the women's 100 metres hurdles, it will be a two-horse race with former 100 metres hurdles champion Sally Pearson of Australia going up against world record holder Kendra Harrison of the United States for the title.

"It was cold. Usain said to me "I don't like this", because we keep on warming up, and sitting, and warming up".

"A hero of the sport to go down like that, as a true friend, I didn't like it one bit", Blake said. "Then we saw a true legend, a true champion go out there and struggling like that". "It was just insane".

Jamaica's 110m hurdles champion Omar McLeod, who ran the first leg for the quartet, summed up the feeling of everyone.

Coleman told Omnisport: "I think we're in contention to win, just like anybody".

"But it was ridiculous".

Gatlin smiled as he replied with the quip: "Yeah, I've been around a long time". I drank like two bottles of water. "It's really heart-wrenching. I couldn't believe it, I'm in shock, utter disbelief".

Said Forte: "They kept us in the call room for an extremely long time in our running kits and it's not the warmest over here".

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On the pitch, which he has not yet seen, Kohli said it wasn't much of a concern. "So we are looking forward to that". I came to know about the record (7 consecutive fifties), but it's not great to hold such records.

"Those boys are coming for me - they are hungry", said Farah, who is aiming to defend his 5,000m title after winning 10,000m gold at the World Championships in London.

This is very sad news indeed for Bolt as it ends his career on a low something Usain Bolt does not deserve. He did not stop for interviews.

Jamaican team doctor Kevin Jones later clarified Bolt suffered from a hamstring cramp, but the physical pain was overshadowed by the emotional anguish.

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Their criticism echoed that of Justin Gatlin, who led an American 1-2 alongside teammate Christian Coleman to deny Bolt a farewell gold in the individual 100m.

While Usain Bolt was cheered as he received his bronze medal but Gatlin got the opposite reaction. "We will go and prepare well for tonight". He's still the man. The was his farewell race and we wish him the best and hope he recovers soon. I lost all my heat and sweat.

"I gave it all", Farah said. He loves the sport too much to walk away.

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