By Lewis Gould
The man who has dominated track and field’s glamor events for almost a decade may be at less than full strength in next month’s Rio Olympics, if he can even run at all.
Two-time 100- and 200-meter Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt withdrew from Jamaica’s Olympic Trials last night after suffering a torn hamstring.
Bolt complained of a tight hamstring after his preliminary 100 heat on Thursday night. He won his semifinal in a pedestrian 10.04 seconds yesterday, but the pain resurfaced, forcing him to pull out of the final.