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Thursday, June 18, 2009

Bolt Victory and Defeat- house robbed

Usain Bolt kicked off his European track campaign with a blistering performance over 100 meters in Ostrava on Wednesday night. Bolt, who sustained minor injuries in a car crash in his native Jamaica ahead of the season, finished well clear of second-placed Craig Pickering of Britain who ran 10.08 seconds

This was Bolt's first sub-10 clocking at an international meet this season. In Canada last week, the wonder boy ran a 10 seconds flat 100-metre race and earlier, in May, clocked a 14.35 second record on 150-metre street track in Manchester, England. Bolt's street sprint in Manchester blasted Donovan Bailey's 12-year-old record of 14.99 out of the books.

This was a victorious time for Usain Bolt however the sad part is yesterday some shameless people took away all this pride for our country by robbing Bolt's house.

The Star reported, " There was a laptop valued $90,000. Other reports are that the criminals broke into the house between 12 a.m. and yesterday and stole digital cameras,cellphones and other items.
The police said that scene-of-crime personnel have since examined the premises and investigations into the theft are already under way.
Attempts to contact the sprinter's brother were unsuccessful

I want to feel it is people who know him that did this.

Source: Jamaica Star

1 comment:


This is extremely terrible, but in all honesty, I am not surprised!!