Usain Bolt showed he’s well back on the way to prime condition as he won the 100m event at the Anniversary Games.
It was the first race for the Jamaican legend in 6 weeks, who is recovering from a pelvic injury.
Bolt won the race with a time of 9.87 seconds, the first time he’d ran under 10 seconds this year.
He told BBC Sport: “Overall, it was a good run. My start was really poor. My coach keeps telling to me relax. I want to run faster and it is getting there.
“The first race was very smooth and I was very happy with what I did. In the final, I got a bad start and it all went downhill from there. It is hard work and dedication. I just need to keep pushing myself. I feel pretty good. If I continue to work on my start, it will all be good.
“I really love this crowd and I enjoy competing here. One of my most favourite moments was the 200m in London in 2012.”