Usain Bolt forgives Yohan Blake for Commonwealth Games 100m sprint as Akani Simbine and Henricho Bruintjies stun Ja…

YOHAN Blake won’t be going back to Jamaica any time soon given his failure to fulfil Usain Bolt’s orders to deliver Jamaica the 100m Commonwealth title.

The second fastest man in history was upstaged by a flying South African Akani Simbine who seized on a horror start by the race favourite to claim a surprise gold medal.

In the end it was a thrashing.

Simbine, 24, stopped the clock at 10.03sec — the same time as Asafa Powell clocked in Melbourne in 2006 — with daylight second.

Bolt, who is expected to arrive on the Gold Coast in the next 48 hours, had sent a message to his countryman telling him to ‘win or else you can’t go back home’.

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