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Monday, August 14 2017 | NEW ERA SPORT 21 Organisers to blame for Bolt’s collapse Usain Bolt’s dramatic and inglorious end to his top-level career was the fault of world championship organisers, his furious teammates claimed. The 30-year-old 100 metres and 200m world record-holder collapsed on the London Stadium track while anchoring Jamaica in the final of the 4x100m on Saturday, as cramp gripped his leg. Bolt lay prone on the track but waved away the offer of a wheelchair and eventually, aided by his three teammates, limped across the line before making a hasty exit – not the way the man who had won triple Olympic gold at the same stadium in 2012 would have wished his competitive career in championships to finish. But his teammates complained that his problem was caused by organisers keeping the relay teams waiting in the cold before their race as several medal ceremonies were held. “I think they were holding us too long in the call room. The walk was too long. Usain was really cold. In fact Usain said to me, ‘Yohan, I think this is crazy. Forty minutes and two medal presentations before our run’,” said Yohan Blake, who branded the wait as “crazy”. “We kept warming up and waiting, then warming up and waiting,” added the 2011 100m world champion, who also won Olympic relay gold in 2012 and 2016 with Bolt. “I think it got the better of us. We were over warm. To see a true legend, a true champion go out there and struggling like that. The race was 10 minutes late and we were kept 40 minutes.” Bolt may not have led Jamaica to a glorious finale anyway, though, as he took the baton well behind eventual winners Great Britain and the US. But Jamaica’s 110m hurdles world champion Omar McLeod – who ran the first leg – likewise pointed the finger at organisers for denying his country’s greatest star a more fitting swansong. “It’s heart wrenching,” said McLeod, who is also the Olympic champion. “It was ridiculous man, we were there around 45 minutes waiting outside, I think they had three medal ceremonies before we went out so we were really trying our hardest to stay warm and keep upbeat. “But it was ridiculous. We waited a really long time. I drank like two bottles of water.” Their criticism echoed that of Justin Gatlin, who led an American 1-2 alongside teammate Christian Coleman to deny Bolt a farewell gold in the individual 100m. “I think it was the elements. I am sorry he got this injury. He is still the best in the world,” said Gatlin. “It was a recipe. I don’t want to say this, I understand we need to be ready early, but I think we took our clothes off a little too early. “It’s a little chilly in here so I think that’s where the cramp came from. That’s what he suffered with. He was running out there cold.” Despite his relatively unsuccessful championships – in which he will exit with just a single bronze medal – Bolt was still expected be accorded a final lap of honour in a tribute ceremony before the curtain comes down on the world championships late yesterday. – ‘Coutinho future lies with Liverpool owners’ Jurgen Klopp insists Philippe Coutinho’s Liverpool future will be determined by the club’s owners as Barcelona bid to land the want-away Brazil star. Coutinho is keen to join Barcelona and the Reds forward submitted a transfer request 24 hours before Liverpool opened their Premier League campaign with a 3-3 draw at Watford on Saturday. The 25-year-old, who missed the trip to Vicarage Road with a back problem, is Barcelona’s top target to replace Neymar following the Brazilian’s world record switch to Paris Saint Germain. Barca had a £90 million (6 million) bid for Coutinho rejected this week, prompting the player’s decision to demand a move. But Liverpool’s US-based owners, Fenway Sports Group, insisted in a statement on Friday that Coutinho will not be allowed to leave Anfield at any price. Quizzed about the situation following the Watford match, Reds boss Klopp maintained Coutinho’s future is out of his hands. “As a manager of a football club I have bosses, and if bosses decide, for example, we sell a player or we don’t sell him, then I have to accept it. If they don’t sell him, then I’m not involved anymore,” Klopp said. “I’m responsible for all of players, not just one, two or three. I cannot say anything about it. The only thing is I work with the players I have, that is what I’m always doing. So how it change something for me? I didn’t make the decision.” Asked if Coutinho’s transfer request could change the club’s stance, Klopp added: “You have to ask the club. I didn’t see the club today – those people. You have to ask them. But I don’t think so because I think it was pretty clear what the club said about it.” – Nampa/AFP Photo: Nampa/AFP Down and out… Jamaican Usain Bolt falls after injuring himself in the final of the men’s 4x100m relay athletics event at the 2017 IAAF World Championships at the London Stadium in London on Saturday. STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT FOR MTC NAMIBIA PROPOSED NEW SITES ACROSS ALL REGIONS OF NAMIBIA Mobile Telecommunications Ltd (MTC) intends to expand their network coverage countrywide with the objective of providing 100% coverage to all Namibians. This initiative will result in the construction of 524 new transmission sites across all 14 regions of Namibia over a two-year period. The construction of communication networks like these is a listed activity under the Environmental Management Act of 2007 which require an Environmental Clearance Certificate from the Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA). GCS Water Environmental Engineering (Pty) Ltd has been appointed to conduct the Strategic Environmental Assessment process on the proponent’s behalf following the 2016 Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) Regulations of the Environmental Management Act. To comment or receive further information on the project please register with GCS (contact details below) as an Interested and Affected Party (I&AP). Information about the upcoming public participation meetings in each Region are provided on the website : CONTACT DETAILS Contact: Eloise Carstens Giesberta Shaanika. Tel: +264 61 247 996 Fax: +264 61 238 586 Cell – SMS: +264 81 457 8276 Email: Website: nt Postal Address: PO Box 81808, Windhoek.

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