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Russia's track and field team being banned from the Olympics sends a powerful message that should scare cheats, according to Usain Bolt.

Stretching out his left arm to show the small adhesive bandage covering the mark left by his latest doping test on Thursday, Bolt decried the "really bad" doping problem in his sport.


newly minted medals , for Rio 2016  will not be heading back to Moscow 


The six-time Olympic champion was speaking in London shortly after the Court of Arbitration for Sport rejected an appeal by 68 Russian athletes seeking to overturn a ban imposed by the IAAF, following allegations of state-sponsored doping.

"It's a good message to show that if you cheat or you go against the rules then we're going to take serious action," Bolt said. "This [ban on track and field athletes] will scare a lot of people, or send a strong message that the sport is serious, we want a clean sport."


'You should take action'


Two reports from the World Anti-Doping Agency have accused Russia of orchestrating a doping program that saw drug-tainted samples disappear or manipulated.

Now the International Olympic Committee has to decide whether to go further than the IAAF's decision and ban the entire Russia team from the Rio de Janeiro.

Usually so confident on the track, Bolt was initially wary about discussing the "sideshows" of Olympic bans but the Jamaican sprinter found his stride at a news conference in London.




"If you have the proof and you catch somebody I definitely feel you should take action," the 29-year-old Bolt said. "And if you feel banning the whole team is the right action then I am all for it.



Bolt was tested on Thursday morning ahead of the London event and was asked to show his plaster

"Rules are the rules and doping violations in track and field is getting really bad so if you feel like you need to make a statement then thumbs up."

Diamond League Final 

Bolt is focused on running for the final time before Rio on Friday, when he will race his first 200 metres of the season at the London Diamond League meeting. It will be Bolt's first event since pulling out of the Jamaican Olympic trials earlier this month with a hamstring injury. "I'm good, I'm feeling good, been training good now," Bolt said. "I went to see the doctor he worked his magic as always."


Ready for Rio 

Olympic sprinting legend Usain Bolt insists he has no fitness problems after a recent hamstring injury scare.



The 29-year-old pulled out of the 100m final at the Jamaican Olympic trials, but will race in his first 200m of the season in London on Friday.



"My hamstring is good. I have no issue right now," Bolt said.


"I had a strain. If I'd competed I probably would have torn my hamstring really bad, but I was never really worried. I know I'm in good shape."

Zika Virus

On the Zika virus, bolt told reporters , his own country Jamaica also has the virus and that he has bigger problems to concentrate on ,rather than a side show,leading into RIO 2016. 

Football and Mourinho 

The legendary Jamaican sprinter also spoke of his excitement about Mourinho taking charge at United. 

He said: 'I'm definitely happy, it is a good choice. Mourinho is a winner, he works hard to win titles and that is what United need right now. He is building the squad and I look forward to it.'



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