Usain Bolt’s Last Race – The Legend Retires After IAAF Championships 2017

Legendary Jamaican athlete, Usain Bolt, will be taking part in the IAAF World Championships 2017 at the London Stadium as the last race of his spectacular career before retirement. The event happens from 4th August to 13th August 2017 and showcases other famous Track & Field favorites such as Allyson Felix, Justin Gatlin, Mo Farah, Laura Muir, Omar McLeod and Aries Merritt to name a few.

In the 2015 Beijing IAAF Championships, Gatlin clocked in at 9.80 and came in second place, while Bolt clocked in at 9.79 and scraped through to number 1.

Watch the 2015 IAAF Championships Men’s 100m Final

Watch Usain Bolt make his final dash in the men’s 100m final and men’s 4x100m final. The last of his final race will be the 4x100m relay where we expect him to perform more than his usual “Lightning Bolt” pose for the media and fans worldwide. 

Schedule for 100m men’s race

4th August 19:00 GMT – Preliminary Round

5th August 04:20 GMT – Round 1

6th August 03:05 GMT – Semi-finals

6th August 05:45 GMT – FINALS

Usain Bolt’s very last race will be the 4x100m relay finals on 13th August 2017 at 05:50 GMT.

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