Grimacing Bolt on his knees after win
Saturday 26 May 2012
Usain Bolt eased to victory in Ostrava last night, but his post-race reaction was somewhat unusual.
The fastest man of all-time got off to a poor start in the 100m, but sharpened up over the closing 30m, recording a time of 10.04 seconds.
He grimaced a stride out from the line, though, and went to his knees after finishing, removing his shoes instantly and walking away less than comfortably.
It was a poor night for Great Britain's Dwain Chambers. He was a distant fifth in 10.28 – missing both the A and B Olympic qualification marks.
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