Jamaica’s sprinting sensation Usain Bolt headlines four Jamaicans down to compete at the Diamond League meeting in Oslo, Norway on Thursday.
Bolt is down to run the men’s 200-metres where he will face off with Norwegian record-holder Jaysuma Saidy Ndure.
Bolt, who has won six Olympic gold medals, will be making his third consecutive visit to Oslo where he has delighted the crowd with his on-track performances and interaction with the fans.
This will be Bolt’s second appearance in a Diamond League race this season.
The sprinting legend lost to American Justin Gatlin in Italy last week.
Gatlin clocked 9.94, while Bolt recorded 9.95.
Also in the 200-metre field is Bolt’s Jamaican teammate Marvin Anderson along with European 200-metre champion Churandy Martina of the Netherlands.
The other Jamaicans down to compete are Sheri-Ann Brooks, who faces Murielle Ahoure of the Ivory Coast in the women’s 100-metres and Kimberly Williams in the women’s triple jump.