BOLT IN GOOD SITUATION
LONDON (GBR): Usain Bolt's agent revealed that the triple Olympic champion has made a full recovery from muscle tightness that hampered him at the Jamaican Olympic trials and is training normally and "good to go" to defend his titles in London. Ricky Simms said for Daily Telegraph the problem was nothing more serious than a tight hamstring and said that he was fully recovered and training normally. He added that Bolt was now in London, his usual European base during the summer, and would be remaining there until he joins up with his countrymen at Jamaica's pre-Olympic base in Birmingham before a few days before opening ceremony. The decision of the coach not to compete before the Games remains valid.