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Bolt resigned to
losing relay gold
MELBOURNE, Australia --- Usain
Bolt says he is resigned to the
fact that he's lost one of his nine
Olympic gold medals, but isn't
holding any grudges against
drug-tainted Jamaican relay
teammate Nesta Carter.
Carter has said he will appeal af-
ter re-analysis of his sample from
the 2008 Beijing Games using
more advanced scientific meth-
ods returned a positive test to the
prohibited stimulant methylhex-
The result announced by the
International Olympic Commit-
tee last week meant Jamaica was
stripped of the 4x100-metre relay
gold, one of Bolt's unprecedented
three gold medals at three consec-
utive Olympics at Beijing, London
in 2012 and Rio de Janeiro last year.
Bolt and fellow Jamaican sprinter
Asafa Powell arrived in Melbourne
yesterday for a Nitro Athletics meet
which begins Saturday.
"Initially (I was) disappointed,
of course," Bolt said at Melbourne
"But in life, things happen ... I'm
not sad, I'm waiting to see if Nesta
is going to appeal or whatever," Bolt
added. "So right now I'm just wait-
ing to see what's going to happen.
But I gave up my medal."
Carter teamed with Bolt on
three straight world champion-
ship relay-winning teams, from
2011 through 2015. He also took
an individual bronze in the 100 in
2013 in Moscow, behind Bolt and
Justin Gatlin of the United States.
Carter, who did not compete at
the Rio de Janeiro Olympics last
year, faces a ban from the IAAF.
Bolt, Powell and Michael Frater,
the fourth member of the relay
team which crossed the line in a
world record time of 37.1 seconds
at the Beijing Games, are all in
Melbourne to compete in the Nitro
The meet held over three nights
will feature six teams of 24 track
and field athletes --- 12 women and
12 men --- from Australia, an inter-
national team representing the Bolt
All-Stars, China, England, Japan,
and New Zealand.
Organisers say the team-based
competition "combines strength,
endurance, power and extreme en-
ergy" and includes sprint, distance,
field and para-athletic events. The
series continues on February 9 and
11, also at Melbourne's Lakeside
Former 100-metre world record
holder Powell also served a doping
ban in 2014 after testing positive
to the stimulant oxilofrine, al-
though his sanction was reduced
from 18 months to six following a
successful appeal to the Court of
Arbitration for Sport. (AP)
Usain Bolt nominated for the Laureus World Sportsman-of-the-Year award again.
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