By Anthony Foster, TrackAlerts.Com Writer
Sprinting phenom Usain Bolt will run his first 200m in just under two years on Saturday.
The many time global gold medalist, who competed in the 4x100m at Gibson/McCook Relays in February and 400m at the GC Foster Classic in March, will start in the half lap event tonight(11 April) at the UTech Classic inside the National Stadium.
“Yes, he will be running the 200m,” Bolt’s coach Glen Mills confirmed to TrackAlerts.Com on Saturday morning.
He runs out of lane 6.
Bolt last competed in the event at the 2013 IAAF World Championships in Moscow, where he won in 19.66 seconds.
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