Usain Bolt, who missed last Saturdya's Jamaica International invitational, said that he has recovered from the hamstring strain and is ready to run the 100m at the Cayman Invitational in George Town on Wednesday, May 8.
"I am happy to say that I will be racing in the Cayman Invitational on Wednesday as previously announced. My hamstring is feeling good and I look forward to running my first 100m of the season." said Bolt on his Website usainbolt.com
"My coach and I decided I should go to Cayman and run," Bolt was quoted as saying while adding "It is much less pressure running on the straight." the six time Olympic Champion added.