The world championships came to a melancholy close Sunday with an on-track tribute to the man who made the sport fun again. There were 11 gold medals at stake on a frenetic final day in London, and yet it was the sight of the hobbled champion walking slowly around the track — stopping to kneel at the starting lines for the 100- and 200-meter races he dominated for a decade — that made for the evening’s best theatre. (Source: Eddie Pells)
Yes Usain Bolt’s illustrious track career has finally come to a close. He’s surely done a lot for the sport! Best wishes to Usain and his family. Click the link below for a review of the events in London this weekend.