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After missing Saturday’s Jamaica Invitational after a slight hamstring problem, it’s all systems go for the world’s fastest man Usain Bolt for this Wednesday’s Cayman Invitational track meet in the Cayman Islands.

The six time gold medallist through his twitter page announced that he is happy to say that he will run at the Cayman Invitational as was previously announced.

Bolt says his hamstring is feeling good and is looking forward to run his first 100 meters race of the season.

Bolt was among a list of Jamaican stars including Yohan Blake, Asafa Powell and Melaine Walker who missed Saturday’s Jamaica Invitational which saw five world lead times being established.

They include Nickel Ashmeade who clocked 20 seconds flat in the 200m, Tyson Gay who logged 9.86 seconds in the 100m, Anton Hicks who ran 13.25 seconds in the 110m high hurdles, Dawn Harper who clocked 11.62 seconds in the 100m hurdles and Ryan Whiting who threw a meet record 21.74 meters in the shot putt.

There were also victories for Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce 22.37 seconds in the 200m, Veronica Campbell-Brown who took the 100m in 11.01 and Stephanie McPherson who held off former Olympic champion Christine Ohuruogu clocking 50.43 in the 400 meters.

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After missing Saturday’s Jamaica Invitational after a slight hamstring problem, it’s all systems go for the world's fastest man Usain Bolt for this Wednesday’s Cayman Invitational track meet in the Cayman Islands. The six time gold medallist through his twitter page announced that he is happy to say that he...

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