Usain Bolt: ‘No hard feelings’ after losing Olympic gold

first_imgCarter, 31, has appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport against the decision to strip him and the Jamaican team of their 2008 Olympic 4×100 meters relay gold and is awaiting a hearing.But, as it stands, Bolt can no longer claim to have completed the “triple triple” of nine successive Olympic sprint titles.Bolt, who once said returning one of his gold medals would be “heartbreaking,” is philosophical about the matter — though he says he is yet to speak with Carter.”It’s just one of those things that happens in life,” the 100m and 200m world-record holder told CNN.”Until I see him I can’t really say he did it on purpose or it was a mistake or I should be angry. Until I actually sit down and look at him face-to-face and talk to him, (I) don’t know how I’m going to react.”last_img

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