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Bolt steals the show to take Commonwealth gold

Bolt steals the show to take Commonwealth gold

Post By : Yedu Satheesh

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03 Aug 2014

Six-times Olympic champion Usain Bolt stole the show to give the Commonwealth Games the minute it had been holding up for by heading Jamaica to gold in the 4x100 meters transfer on Saturday. 

After weeks of manufacture up, suspicion and contention, eight-times best on the planet Bolt charmed the Hampden Park swarm as he hustled down the home straight to give Jamaica triumph in a Games record time of 37.58 seconds. 

In doing so the towering sprinter additionally guaranteed the first Commonwealth decoration of his distinguished profession. 

"I'm joyful for the fans and I'm cheerful to get my Commonwealth gold decoration," Bolt told columnists. "It (the Commonwealth Games) was constantly on my schedule. 

"I generally needed to go to the Commonwealths. I needed to run an individual occasion here yet I got harmed so I chose to run the 4x100." 

Having been the sparkling light in a Games where enormous names have been few and far between, the Jamaican managed the weight of desire in his typical magnetic way. 

In the wake of tying down the Jamaica group of Jason Livermore, Kemar Bailey-Cole and Nickel Ashmeade to triumph on a puddle-strewn track, Bolt enchanted the swarm by performing his 'lightning jolt' festival, posturing for selfies and wearing a tartan cap. 

"Other than the climate its been splendid," Bolt said of Glasgow. "It felt like whatever viable title. I got to watch a great deal more games and see a considerable measure more competitors contending. 

"It's generally incredible to mess around with the fans. They made the Games what it was. They are so warm, actually when I was cool they were constantly warm. 

"I need to say that this new thing in regards to selfies, they are truly making these laps of honor outrageously long," he kidded. 

Eleven days of donning activity in Glasgow arrives at an end on Sunday when the end function is held at Hampden Park.