Usain Bolt ends 2014 season after just three races
The Jamaican Olympic champion competed in just three races this year due to injuries.
Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt will end his injury-ridled 2014 season, according to Diamond League meet organizers. Bolt was scheduled to compete in the meet, which begins Thursday.
A statement released by the group says that Bolt's coach, Glen Mills, said Bolt "feels it is now time to shut it down while he is healthy and injury free with a view on his preparations for the 2015 season."
Bolt will resume training in October in preparation for the world championships in Beijing next year.
The announcement comes just a day after Bolt set the indoor world record for 100 meters, clocking in at 9.98 seconds.
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