PARIS – Usain Bolt has confirmed his first European race of 2015. He will run for the fifth time at the Meeting Areva in Paris on , part of the IAAF Diamond League.
The event will be the 100m, the last race in the programme.
In 2009, Bolt won the 100m in 9.79, which stands as the meet record. In 2010 he added another 100m in 9.84 and then competed at the Stade de France twice over 200m.
He won in 2011 with 20.03 and in 2013 clocked 19.73. Last year, a foot injury forced Usain Bolt to withdraw from the meeting. With expected top French athletes competing, the meet is promising many highlights.