Usain Bolt: 'I wanted better time'

Usain Bolt: 'I wanted better time'
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Usain Bolt is disappointed with his winning time in last night's Diamond League meeting in Stockholm.

Reigning world and Olympic double sprint champion Usain Bolt has confessed that he is disappointed with his winning time during last night's Diamond League meeting in Stockholm.

The Jamaican sprinter won the 200m by a five-metre margin, recording a time of 20.03 seconds.

"Technically it was a good race because the curves here are a bit tight," said the 24-year-old.

"I was careful not to get injured before the World Championships. But generally, it was a good race despite the fact that I wanted a better time."

Bolt won the event ahead of Panama's Alonso Edwards and fellow countryman Ainsley Waugh.

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