The BBC is reporting that double world record holder Usain Bolt has withdrawn from his final race before London 2012 after suffering a "slight" injury.
The 25-year-old Bolt was scheduled to run the 200 metres at the Diamond League meet in Monaco on July 20.
However, the three-time Olympic gold medallist has withdrawn so he can undergo treatment.
His coach, Glen Mills, is quoted as saying he wanted to give Bolt sufficient time for treatment and time to train and prepare for the Olympic Games.
Despite the withdrawal, Bolt said he will be in London to defend his three Olympic titles, which also includes the 100 metres and the 4 by 100-metre relay gold he won in Beijing four years ago.
The world record-holder had his right hamstring stretched out on the track after finishing second to Yohan Blake in the 200 metres at the Jamaican Olympic trials last weekend.
Bolt was also beaten by world champion Blake in the 100 metres at the Jamaican trials.
But asked in Kingston whether he was injured Bolt was evasive.
“We’ll talk about that some other time,” he said.