Jamaica's Usain Bolt (C) dances with pom-pom girls as he celebrates winning the men's 100m event at the IAAF Diamond League athletics meeting in Monaco on July 21, 2017. / AFP / Valery HACHE
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Jamaican sprinting legend Usain Bolt insists he is on the right path as he targets the defense of his 100-meter crown at next month's world championships in London.In his swansong season, he has struggled to light up the track.Bolt, winner of eight Olympic and 11 world gold medals, will bring down the curtain on his glittering career at August's world championships in London.Bolt said he was touched by the efforts meet organizers had gone to to make his farewell appearances special.De Grasse only raced the 4x100-meter relay in Monaco – his team failing to complete the lap – and was moved to play down ideas that Bolt had asked organizers that he not race the 100 .
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