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Published:Saturday | July 25, 2015 | 7:00 AM
Usain Bolt of Jamaica celebrates after winning the men's 100m final during the Diamond League athletics meeting at the Olympic Stadium in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, yesterday.
Jamaica's Usain Bolt celebrates after the 100m run during the Diamond League athletics meeting at the Olympic Stadium in London, yesterday.
Usain Bolt celebrates after winning the men's 100m final during the Diamond League athletics meeting at the Olympic Stadium in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London,yesterday.
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Jamaican sprint star Usain Bolt returned to form yesterday in the 100 metres in the Diamond League at London's Olympic Stadium, with a season's best time of 9.87 seconds.

After a poor start, Bolt managed to break away from the pack over the last 10 metres.

Bolt later spoke with The Gleaner's Andre Lowe and other reporters about his performance and other matters, saying he was always number one.

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"I went out there trying to get everything right, that was the key thing for me,” he told The Gleaner's Andre Lowe in London when asked to whom was he sending a message.

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Bolt also said although there were no lingering effects of his recent injury he would be visiting the doctor soon to ensure that all is well.