Usain Bolt is preparing to ‘begin his journey’ as he looks for a cure to the injury that is threatening his Olympics dream.
The legendary 29-year-old sprinter took to his Instagram account yesterday to post a picture of him alongside a friend in an airport lounge.
Bolt, who donned black attire, looked relaxed as he talked with his camouflage-clad companion prior to boarding his flight.
It is believed the Olympic champion will visit Dr Hans Muller-Wohlfahrt in Germany this week in a bid to cure his hamstring problem ahead of next month’s Games.
There are worries the grade one tear which forced Bolt to pull out of the Jamaica National Championships may be more problematic than first anticipated, and the setback has thrown his preparations for Rio into disarray.
Bolt has a close relationship with the renowned Muller-Wohlfahrt and 12 months ago, he helped the six-time Olympic gold medallist overcome a pelvic issue in time for him to win the 100m and 200m at the World Championships in Beijing.
It is hoped the treatment Muller-Wohlfahrt administers will ensure Bolt is ready to compete at the Anniversary Games in London, which starts on July 22, and the Jamaican Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) are eager to see him involved in that fixture.
Bolt is bidding to become the first man to win the 100m, 200m and relay at the three consecutive Olympics and he’ll be hoping his visit to Germany eases the current injury problem he’s suffering.

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