Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake yesterday brought the curtain down on another great track season with wins at the Diamond League event in Brussels.
Bolt walked on to the track to thunderous cheers, as he readied for his first 100m since the Olympic final in August.
The six-time Olympic gold medallist found himself near the back of the pack, but chased down fast-starting Nesta Carter before stopping the clock at 9.86.
It was enough to give him the win and the US$40,000 cheque for topping the event in the lucrative series.
Carter finished second in 9.96 with Kemar Bailey-Cole setting a new personal best and his first legal sub-10 seconds time with a 9.97 run for third.
Bolt stood trackside to watch training partner Blake record a win in the 200m with a time of 19.54.
Jason Young dipped below 20 seconds once again with 19.92 while Olympic bronze medallist Warren Weir was fourth in 20.22.
Kaliese Spencer was the first across the line as she confirmed her status as the most consistent 400m hurdler on the circuit, with a 53.69 run. Spencer entered the meet as the Diamond winner.