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Olympic champion Bolt wins 100m in Canada
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Triple Olympic gold winner Usain Bolt won his first 100-meter race since an April car crash, taking the title at the Festival of Excellence meet on Thursday.

The Jamaican star, who won Beijing Olympic gold and set world records in the 100 and 200 meters last August, took the title by clocking 10.00 seconds.

American Shawn Crawford was second in 10.25 seconds, with American Ivory Williams third in 10.28 seconds.

The 22-year-old crashed his car in a ditch two months ago and required stitches after having a procedure to remove thorns from his left foot as he exited the vehicle.

(Xinhua News Agency June 12, 2009)

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