Usain Bolt Announced to the world that he’s fit and ready to take on the best at the Rio Olympics with a comfortable 19.89 seconds to win in the 200-metres at the London anniversary games today.

Compatriot Nickel Ashmead finished 8th.

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Meanwhile, American Kendra Harrison earned some consolation for the heartache of missing out on the Rio Olympics.

Harrison broke a 28-year-old world record by winning the 100-metres hurdles in 12.20 seconds.

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Jamaica’s Stephenie-Ann McPherson finished second in the women’s 400-metres.

The event went to Shaunae Miller of the Bahamas.

The meet continues tomorrow with The Quartet of Christania Williams, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Simone Facey and Remona Burchell in the Women’s 100-metres.

O’Dayne Richards will contest the men’s Shot Put, while Chanice Porter Competes in the Women’s Long Jump.