Usain Bolt passes Barton to the next generation

Usain Bolt of Jamaica receives the bronze medal for the men's 100-meter during day three of the IAAF World Athletics Championships in London

After failing to win gold in his last individual 100m, taking home the bronze, the Jamaican star suffered a massive heartbreak in the final race of his career.

- Johannes Vetter won the javelin title at the world championships with an opening throw of 89.89 meters.

The Jamaican sprint legend was running in a distant third when he appeared to pull a muscle but out in front, Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake held off American Christian Coleman in a thrilling finish.

Britain won the gold in 37.47 seconds, the U.S. took silver in 37.52 and Japan was third in 38.04.

The British team were celebrating gold by then following a flawless performance which was started by Ujah, who was fast out of the blocks to secure an early lead.

'We were excited, we were ready, we had been doing some hand offs and everybody was feeling good, but they kept us hanging around for a long time you know. I think it got the better of us. "It's really heart-wrenching. I couldn't believe it, I'm in shock, utter disbelief".

Where is Usain Bolt's last race? He had won 45 races in a row before this loss.

"It was cold. Usain said to me "I don't like this", because we keep on warming up, and sitting, and warming up". "Usain Bolt's name will always live on".

Farah also was bidding farewell to the track, coming up short of his fifth straight 5,000-10,000 double at major championships in a sprint against Muktar Edris Ethiopia.

The eight-time Olympic champion anchored the squad to victory in the second heat at the London Stadium this morning.

Yohan Blake believes their decision to leave Bolt and the rest of the field in a cold call room for more than 40 minutes ahead of the race caused the injury. On August 11, Brown would take seventh overall during the men's 200m final, crossing the finish line at 20.63 seconds. I just feel like Mo is done. I'm sure he'll be in contention for years to come and I'm looking forward to it.

It left me scratching my head in Rio because I came back in 2010.

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