Retired Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt from Jamaica speaks during a press conference around the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, at Broadbeach on the Gold Coast on April 12, 2018. / AFP / François-Xavier MARIT
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Sprint legend Usain Bolt Thursday accused fellow Jamaican Yohan Blake of "panicking" in the Commonwealth Games 100 meters final -- and can't wait to tease him about it.The eight-time Olympic champion, who retired from the sport last year after almost a decade of freakish dominance, had warned Blake not to bother returning to the Caribbean if he failed to win the Gold Coast title.And after Blake stumbled out of the blocks on Monday to finish third in a 100m final won by South Africa's Akani Simbine, Bolt confirmed that he would be having words with his former Jamaica team-mate about his choke.On a serious note, Bolt promised to talk to Blake about the pressures of becoming Jamaica's main man in his absence.
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