Mighty Usain Bolt laid low, and rivals left conflicted

Mighty Usain Bolt laid low, and rivals left conflicted

Kingston : Jamaica | Aug 28, 2011 at 12:18 PM PDT
Source: Sun Sentinel
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In the space of a few seconds on Sunday, Usain Bolt went from confident, preening king of the track to a grimacing, toppled champion. Standing in the blocks ahead of the world championships 100 meters final, he nodded his head, grinned at the camera and looked from side to side at his rivals, shaking... FULL ARTICLE AT Sun Sentinel
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