Athletics: Rudisha set for Jamaican meet

2016 Rio Olympics - Athletics - Victory Ceremony - Men's 800m Victory Ceremony - Olympic Stadium - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - 16/08/2016. Gold medalist David Lekuta Rudisha (KEN) of Kenya reacts. REUTERS

Usain Bolt, fellow world record holders David Rudisha and Wayde van Niekerk and middle distance king Mo Farah will headline the JN Racers Grand Prix on June 10, organisers announced on Friday.

The meet dubbed a ‘salute to the legend’ is set to be Bolt’s last professional race in Jamaica as the eight-times Olympic sprint champion closes the meet in the 100m.

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