Usain Bolt‘s last scheduled meet in Jamaica will be star-studded.
Bolt will be joined by Olympic champions Wayde van Niekerk, David Rudisha, Mo Farah and Christian Taylor at the Racers Grand Prix in Kingston on June 10, meet organizers announced Friday.
It would be a surprise if any of Bolt, Van Niekerk, Rudisha and Farah are in the same race. Bolt is expected to contest the 100m.
Jamaica’s other top sprinters — Yohan Blake, Asafa Powell and Warren Weir — plus U.S. Olympians Tori Bowie, Trayvon Bromell, Dalilah Muhammad and Jenna Prandini are also confirmed for the meet. Plus, South African Akani Simbine, the fastest man in the world so far this year at 9.93 seconds.
“I might shed a tear even though I’m not an emotional person as I close out where it started on Jamaican soil,” Bolt said Friday, according to Reuters, adding that he wanted to run under 9.8 seconds.
Bolt has broken 9.8 twice since the 2012 Olympics, in winning the 2013 and 2015 World Championships in 9.77 and 9.79, respectively.
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