Bolt made to sweat

KINGSTON - Triple world record holder Usain Bolt was pushed all the way before winning his first 100m race of the year at a local meeting on home soil in Spanish Town, Jamaica on Saturday.

KINGSTON - Triple world record holder Usain Bolt was pushed all the way before winning his first 100m race of the year at a local meeting on home soil in Spanish Town, Jamaica on Saturday.

Bolt returned a wind-assisted 9,93 seconds, the same time as his Racers club mate Daniel Bailey of Antigua who led until he was caught near the line at the meeting in the former Jamaica capital.

"It's a good time, based on the stage that my training is at and I am feeling alright," Bolt said. - Reuters

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