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WATCH: Bolt "has no hard feelings" toward Carter

Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt has admitted that he holds no grudges against his former team-mate Nesta Carter, after the latter tested positive in a drug test.

Sport360 staff
by Sport360 staff
28th February 2017

article:28th February 2017

Legendary sprinter Usain Bolt has addressed the topic of Jamaican team-mate Nesta Carter’s positive drug test that saw Bolt stripped of a ninth Olympic gold.

Bolt admits that he holds no grudges against Carter, whose tested samples from 2008 were found to contain traces of banned substance methylhexaneamine.


In an interview with CNN World Sport’s Amanda Davies, Bolt said: “I haven’t spoken to him. But I have no hard feelings.”

The Jamaican sprinter also exclaimed that he is not worried about being stripped of more relay medals.

“I’m not worried about that. If I lose all of my relay Gold medals, for me I did what I had to do with my personal goals and that’s what counts,” said Bolt.


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