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Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Usain Bolt - FILE

USAIN Bolt WARMED up for this weekend's Jamaica International Invitational meet with a sizzling world-leading 20.08 seconds to win the 200m at the Meeting du Conseil Général, a NACAC Area Permit Meet in Martinique on Saturday.

Bolt, the world junior record holder for the event, finished well clear of Frenchman Ronald Pognon who clocked 20.53. The Glen Mills-coached 19-year-old who missed the Commonwealth Games in March because of a hamstring injury will clash with American Tyson Gay over the half-lap distance at the National Stadium on Saturday.

Mills expressed satisfaction with Bolt's performance.

"To run 20.08 at this time, it must be a good performance," Mills said. "I am happy for it (time)," added Mills, who wasn't present to see Bolt's run, which bettered American Xavier Carter's previous 2006 best of 20.13.

The Jamaica Star