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Usain Bolt brought the curtains down on a grueling but hugely successful season with a win at the Zurich Diamond League on Thursday (August 30).

The 6-foot-5 Jamaican sprint legend set a new meet record of 19.66 seconds to win the 200 meter in what would be his final race of the season.

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Bolt braved the chilly temperatures and rain to put on a show for his fans who he say are his inspiration.

“The fans, those are the guys I come out here to run for,” Usain Bolt said. “If things were different, if it were up to me, I would just call it a season.”

“It’s been a long season and it’s been mentally draining and physically hard for me. So for me to actually finish the season on a high is good for me,” Bolt added.

Bolt, who recently visited the world famous German doctor Hans-Wilhelm Muller-Wohlfahrt, says he is happy to finish his season free of injuries. However, he did admit that he was not feeling a hundred percent.

“My back is deteriorating a little bit so I don’t want to push my body and then pull a hamstring before the end of the season and then I have to go to the doctor and then I have to start the season off slower than I normally would,” Bolt told reporters.

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“So I want to make sure that at the end of the season I want to make sure I am fit and ready to start the next season,” he added.

Usain Bolt took home three gold medals at the 2012 London Olympic Games cementing his place in track & field history as the greatest sprinter of all time.