Bolt unimpressed with season-opening win
Six-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt opened his season with 100m victory at the Cayman Invitational, but expressed his disappointment after clocking a time of 10.09 seconds.
Bolt, 26, was declared winner in a photo finish as he edged out fellow Jamaican Kemar Bailey-Cole for victory at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex.
Having had to sit out last Saturday's Kingston Invitational with a minor hamstring strain, Bolt was quick to dismiss injury was the cause of his lacklustre time and admitted displeasure at his performance.
"I'm always disappointed if I don't run under 10 seconds," Bolt said. "I felt it (his hamstring) slightly. It wasn't a bothering pain so I can't blame it on that.
"I just did not feel the power from the blocks and when I got to 50 metres it wasn't the normal race. It was just a bad race. I just have to go back and figure out with my coach what went wrong."