By: Star wire services, Published on Sat Aug 02 2014
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND—On a soggy track following torrential rain, Usain Bolt gave the Commonwealth Games a display of showmanship and speed, anchoring Jamaica’s 4×100-metre relay team en route to gold on Saturday.
Jamaica finished ahead of England in a Games-record 37.58 seconds as the six-time Olympic gold medalist became a Commonwealth champion for the first time.
Many doubted whether Bolt would turn up in Glasgow, having skipped the last two editions and being sidelined with a left foot injury earlier in 2014. He didn’t enter any individual sprints, but thrilled the crowd Saturday with his final dash — after dancing along to Scottish pop anthem “500 Miles” during the warmup..