On 13th of August, 2017, Bolt will run his last competitive race at the 2017 World Championships as he calls time on an illustrious career.
Where is Usain Bolt's last race?
Gatlin defeated Bolt in the 100-meter relay last weekend, smoking the competition after finishing the race at 9.92 seconds to grab the gold medal at the World Athletic Championships. An Olympics-lite, the World Athletics Championships have rekindled the joy of "Super Saturday" in the British public, who have flocked in their droves to the London Stadium to watch the likes of Bolt, Farah and Felix pound the track - in some cases for the last time.
According to CNBC, Bolt has been with Puma since 2002, when the sprinter was just 16.
That wasn't the only surprise.
The second biggest athletics event on the planet has come to the stadium and for a moment it is possible to imagine that little has changed. "There will be great athletes coming along and Jamaica will have great athletes coming along but you don't replace people like Usain", Coe told STAR Sports.
His teammates on the once-fabled Jamaican sprint squad were far from unmatchable, too.
Tyquendo Tracey, Julian Forte and Michael Campbell safely negotiated the first three legs before Bolt steered his team home in a winning, season's best of 37.95 seconds.
It was yet another unbelievable upset in a championship of so many.
Mo is amongst a handful of athletes to achieve the "double -double" where both the 5,000m and 10,000m titles are retained at successive Olympic Games.
Either way, the IAAF World Championships curtain closer, scheduled for 9:50 p.m. (3:50 p.m.) will, as is often the case, be about Bolt - and then everything else. "I didn't have a single bit left at the end". However, he will have a chance to end his career on a high on Saturday night as the Jamaican relay team will take the track.
Bolt reacts after sustaining the injury. "We are on top of the world". The champion smiled and clowned with a look of relaxation while the remaining contestants grimaced and grunted with intensity as they fought for silver and bronze.
Throughout his reign from 2008-2017, as the sport numero uno, Bolt stood tall as the new symbol of athletics and an example that a new generation of aspiring athletes could emulate. And why not? Even with the loss, Bolt is ready to entire retirement as possibly the most popular figure the sport has ever known.
Mayer won with 8,768 points. He was asked if he wished he could run what is widely considered his best race - the 200, one of three events (100 and 4x100 are the others) where he holds the world record. She's a breathtaking performer and a deserved favourite to win the first global title of her career. Gatlin had been banned for one year and four years respectively for dope-related offences.
Germany's Johannes Vetter won the javelin yesterday as his great rival and Olympic champion Thomas Rohler missed out on the podium.
In the high jump, Mariya Lasitskene of Russian Federation cleared 2.03 meters to win ahead of Yulia Levchenko of Ukraine and Kamila Licwinko of Poland.
Jamaica set the sprint relay world record of 36.84 seconds at the 2012 Olympics at the London Stadium.
American veteran Dawn Harper Nelson was second, .04 seconds behind, and Pamela Dutiewicz of Germany took bronze in 12.72. With a cocktail of cockiness, swag and showmanship never seen on the world stage of track and field, Bolt became a worldwide legend.