Sunday, August 13, 2017
USAIN BOLT: HOW NOT TO MAKE A FINAL EXIT.
ICHEOKU says what a storied career he had and was on the last competition before he retires when he was hamstrung and cramped out of the race. But instead of going out in blaze of glory with yet another world record win, he limped down, out and face-down on the ground, cost Jamaica the race and with it ended his career.
ICHEOKU says Usain Bolt cannot allow his career to end abysmally like this and must therefore reverse his decision to retire and have another shot at it, in order to go out with a bang but not in the limply manner the race in London ended. ICHEOKU say he had the opportunity to retire when the ovation was loudest with the last Olympics gold medal wins; but he chose otherwise. He lingered on for this final encounter at the 2017 IAAF World Championship in London which ended in a disaster of a cramp which forced him out of the meet. It is not a good way to go out for a man who had such a storied record and it is not acceptable to millions of his fans worldwide.
Therefore Usain Bolt must not allow such a pitiful performance to be his valediction and the way he is remembered. He cannot leave the scene after all he has accomplished as a bumbling fallen, face-down splinter and therefore must compete again to top off his crown of glory in a more acceptable fashion. ICHEOKU wishes Usain Bolt well and a speedy recovery. He was a champion and should try and remain a champion by returning for another competition in order to go out a champion.