World's fastest sprinter injured

Usain Bolt will be treated in Germany

Baku. 17 May. REPORT.AZ/ Jamaican sprint superstar Usain Bolt injured during 100 m racing in Cayman islands, Report informs, Reuters was told by Glen Mills, Bolt's coach.

He said that after the racing won by Bolt, he was grimacing towards the end and described it as an 'aggravated hamstring injury'. The athlete should be treated in Germany in near future. The coach stated that the injury is not severe and doesn't prevent him to participate in Rio 2016 Summer Olympics. The world's fastest man will join Jamaican team at Kingston training camp from June 30.

Notably, Usain Bolt took part in 2008 Beijing and 2012 London Summer Olympics. He won 6 gold medals at 3 competitions. Jamaican sprinter is a world-record holder at 100 meters (9,58 second) and 200 meters (19,19 second) distance races. The Jamaican team, in which Bolt also participates, has also set a world record (36,84 seconds) at 4X100 relay-race at London Olympics.

Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games will be held on August 5 - 21. 

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