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Why Usain Bolt crashed out in his final race

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Mo Farah was not happy with the line of questioning in an interview after the 5,000m final

Usain Bolt last race live streaming online: The relay race will be the final event of the evening's proceedings at the penultimate day of the Athletics World Championship. We've just got to keep pushing each other. That long wait contributed (to Bolt's injury).

Mo Farah's lengthy lap of honour and two medal presentation ceremonies were responsible for the postponement which, according to the second Jamaican runner, Julian Forte, may have resulted in Bolt's muscles being too cold come race time.

Team Jamaica was facing off against a tough field with Team USA and Great Britain. I don't want to say this, I understand we need to be ready early, but I think we took our clothes off a little too early.

Bolt, who finished third in the individual 100m behind victor Justin Gatlin and Christian Coleman, said: "I enjoy relays more than anything".

Even as Great Britain stunned the United States to take the Gold, Bolt was lying flat on the track and was a personification of despair.

"I gave it all", Farah said. The race was 10 minutes late and we were kept 40 minutes.

Farah ended his glorious track career with a silver medal at the World Athletics Championships
Farah ended his glorious track career with a silver medal at the World Athletics Championships

Jamaican sprint king Bolt could only manage bronze in his final individual outing in the 100m last weekend, with long-time rival Justin Gatlin proving an unpopular victor ahead of the upcoming Coleman in London.

Talbot's leg was strong, though both Bacon and Blake made up some ground in the third leg, and it seemed that we could get an exciting final 100m in the last final of the evening.

And Dr Kevin Jones said later on in the evening: "It's cramp in his left hamstring but a lot of pain is from the disappointment of losing the race". I think we have introduced him as a villain.

Jamaica and the u-s neck and neck through the first three legs of the relay and then the final hand-off to the star. "Usain Bolt's name will always live on".

At the same time, Allyson Felix, running the second leg on the winning team, earned a record 15th medal at the world championships in a career going back to 2005. "We will go and prepare well for tonight".

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