Sport Usain Bolt ends incredible career by collapsing in final race as Team GB win 4x100 gold at World Championships

06:40  13 august  2017
06:40  13 august  2017 Source:   MSN

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Great Britain stormed to the gold medal in the 4 x 100 m relay at the World Championships - as Usain Bolt ’s career ended in injury and tears. A British record of 37.47 seconds was the third quickest time in the history of the event, as Team GB held off the challenge of the United States.

9.58 - Bolt 's 100m world record (in seconds), set at the 2009 World Championships in Berlin. 19.19 - his 200m world record (secs) from the same Championships . Usain Bolt ends incredible career by collapsing in final race as Team GB win 4 x 100 gold .

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Great Britain stormed to the gold medal in the 4x100m relay at the World Championships - as Usain Bolt’s career ended in injury and tears.

A British record of 37.47 seconds was the third quickest time in the history of the event, as Team GB held off the challenge of the United States.

Credits: REUTERS © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: REUTERS Bolt, beaten into third in the 100m,ran the anchor leg for Jamaica, but pulled up injured as Neethaneel Mitchell-Blake drove GB to victory.

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As Usain Bolt 's career ended in injury, Team GB ran the third fastest time in relay history.

USA finished second, with a time of 37.52, while Japan took third (38.04).

CJ Ujah made a terrific start for Team GB, before Adam Gemili - making a mockery of his 200m exclusion - put Team GB in command down the back straight with a superb show of pace and power.

Credits: Getty Images Europe © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: Getty Images Europe Danny Talbot took up the baton to keep the lead, before Mitchell-Blake held off Christian Coleman to claim gold.

"We're world champions, world champions," Mitchell-Blake said through tears of happiness.

However, as Britain celebrated, Bolt was distraught.

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The 30-year-old had attempted to get Jamaica into contention on the final leg, but just as he opened up into his long stride, he pulled up, clutching his hamstring and collapsing to the track.

His team-mates gathered round him and the 19-time global champion was helped to his feet and limped over the line, applauding the crowd as he did so.

No Bolt means new 200 world champ for 1st time since 2007 .
Usain Bolt will surrender another world title. This one, without even taking the track. The Jamaican great is skipping the 200 metres at the world championships, bringing an end to his string of four straight titles in his favourite event.This was planned. The loss to Justin Gatlin — along with up-and-coming sprinter Christian Coleman — in the 100 metres? Not so much.So far, Bolt's farewell tour in London hasn't exactly going according to design, and he'll be only a spectator when the heats of the 200 begin Monday. He still has the 4x100 relay at the end of the meet.

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