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Life goes on for ‘disappointed’ Bolt after losing medal

By Reuters
01 February 2017   |   11:25 am
Sprinting great Usain Bolt is refusing to dwell on the disappointment of losing his Beijing Olympics 4x100 metres gold medal as he arrived in Melbourne ahead of the Nitro Athletics series.

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