Usain Bolt has confirmed that he has no fitness problems after a recent hamstring injury.

Bolt, who pulled out of the 100-metres final at the National Senior trials says his hamstring has recovered and he has no issues going into the London Anniversary Games tomorrow.

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The 29 year old will race in his first 200-metres of the season.

Bolt will be using the race to justify his selection for an individual 100 and 200-metres spot on Jamaica’s team to the Rio Olympics.

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Meanwhile, Bolt says he’s in favor of the IOC’s ban against the Russians following their doping program.

Russian track and field athletes will remain banned from the Olympics following claims the country ran a state-sponsored doping programme.

The Russian Olympic Committee and 68 Russian athletes attempted to overturn the suspension, implemented by the body that governs world athletics. But the Court of Arbitration for Sport has ruled it can stand. Bolt says this will allow athletes to take the sport more seriously.

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