Sluggish Usain Bolt wins 100-meter event in Rio de Janeiro

Fitzgerald Cecilio – 4E Sports Reporter

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (4E Sports) – A rusty Usain Bolt dominated a 100-meter race with a time of 10.06 seconds on a four-lane track set up at Leme beach.

Despite a sub-par clocking, the 27-year-old Bolt still defeated Mark Lewis-Francis, Jefferson Liberato Lucindo and Wallace Spearmon.

“I think the first part was pretty bad, my first part wasn’t as explosive as I wanted it to be but overall I think I executed well,” said Bolt.

Bolt added that he needs more races to get going and predicted a sub-10 second time when he competes in Poland and in the Diamond League meet in Zurich later this month.

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