Usain Bolt has withdrawn from his final race before the London Olympics on Thursday because of a minor injury.
After crashing his BMW M3 in June this year in his Caribbean homeland of Jamaica, Usain Bolt is once again unlucky and because of a minor injury problem following the Jamaican trials, the athlete had to withdraw from the final race, Monaco, before the London Olympics. The Jamaican said that despite this problem, he will defend his titles in the Olympic Games
“I am happy to have earned my spot on the Jamaican Olympic team despite the challenge. I will be in London to defend my titles in the 100, 200 and 4×100 meters. I want to congratulate my fellow Racers Track Club Members along with the other athletes who made the team. I thank everyone for their support”, as Bolt said in his statement.
Usain Bolt’s luck first ran out back in 2009 when he crashed his BMW after driving barefoot, and he lost a month of training needing minor surgery to remove thorns embedded in his left foot. The Jamaican athlete was involved in another car crash in June this year, when he lost control of his black BMW M3 and swerved into guard rails after 5 a.m. local time.