Jamaican record breaker, Usain Bolt has once again lost another title after he suffered a hamstring injury in his final relay race.
After losing to American track and Sprinter, Justin Gatlin in his final 100m race, Usain Bolt looked forward to ending his glittering career on a bright note.
However, the sprinter’s ankle gave way to an injury, thus ending his career in the most unfashionable of ways.
Great Britain and the United States were ahead when Bolt received the baton and he was unable to close the gap with his injured ankle.
The race went on and Great Britain’s Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake held off Christian Coleman to win gold for the hosts.
Their win was however overshadowed by the injury to the fastest man ever on his final race.
Bolt’s massively gutting end to his career came days after he finished third in his final 100m race.
He was his country’s anchorman in the 4x100m final at the World Championships which took place in London.