Usain Bolt and his team are trying to determine how to work with Usain’s sore back, which has flared up in the past. Most recently, the injury came to the fore after the Jamaican Trials, where Mr. Bolt ran 9.86 and 19.83, taking second in both to Yohan Blake. Details to come….
LONDON (GBR): Usain Bolt is considering using an ice chamber in London
to guarantee his fitness for this month’s Olympics amid fears a back
injury has derailed his preparations. The world’s fastest man has flown
to Germany to see Dr Hans-Wilhelm Muller-Wohlfahrt and has pulled out of
his final warm-up race before the Games as he strives to get his body
right for the huge challenge of defending his 100 metres and 200m titles
against training partner Yohan Blake. Sportsmail has learned that
Bolt’s camp are in discussions with a British company over the
cryotherapy treatment, which aids athletes’ recovery by encasing them in
liquid nitrogen at temperatures of -140C.