Fastest man on the planet Usain Bolt failed to anchor his Racers Lions team to win in the men’s 4×100 meters at the Gibson McCook Relays on Saturday.
The race was won by University of Technology team (Tyquendo Tracy, Andrew Fisher, Julian Forte and Kimmarley Brown) in a time of 38.23 seconds, six hundredths of a second faster than Bolt’s team.
The Jamaican admitted that he’s disappointed at his performance. “As long as I lose I’m always disappointed, but I always tell you guys you have to learn how to lose before you learn how to win, so I will just draw some experience from this one and move on.” he said after the final.
“Mills (coach) said I needed to do more lifting on my legs and I think he’s right because I felt the speed in the race, but to get up to the top speed, I needed that power, so I will definitely be working on my leg strength,” the sprint king added.
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