Reports: Usain Bolt to be named in Jamaica's Olympic team for Rio 2016
Bolt suffered a Grade 1 tear last week.
If reports are to be believed then 6-time Olympic medallist and one of the biggest draws at any event, Usain Bolt is set to be named in his country’s Olympic team that will travel to Rio De Janerio for the Summer Games next month.
There had been doubts over the 29-year-old’s participation in the Games when he was forced to withdraw from Jamaica’s Olympic trials after suffering a Grade 1 hamstring tear and undergoing treatment for the same. But it seems like the sprinter will perhaps be fit enough to compete in his third Olympics, which he has declared will be his final one of his career.
Bolt will participate in the London Anniversary Games, that will be held in the British capital on the 22nd of July.
Fellow sprinter and one his fiercest competitors Justin Gatlin had earlier said this about Bolt,”“Come on, man, he’s Usain,”.