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Bolt starts slow, but still wins semifinal heat

 World record holder Usain Bolt looks on after winning a 100m quarterfinal heat of the Jamaica's Olympic trials in Kingston, Jamaica, Thursday, June 2...
 World champion Yohan Blake rests after winning a 100m quarterfinal heat of the Jamaica's Olympic trials in Kingston, Jamaica, Thursday, June 28, 2012...

Jamaica Olympic Trials

World record holder Usain Bolt looks on after winning a 100m quarterfinal heat of the Jamaica's Olympic trials in Kingston, Jamaica, Thursday, June 2...

Jamaica Olympic Trials

World champion Yohan Blake rests after winning a 100m quarterfinal heat of the Jamaica's Olympic trials in Kingston, Jamaica, Thursday, June 28, 2012...

Usain Bolt was beaten in the 100 meters final at the Jamaican Olympic trials on Friday, defeated by Yohan Blake.
Blake got out of the blocks fast and finished in 9.75 seconds, edging Bolt by 0.11 seconds.
Blake is the reigning world champion but Bolt didn't run that night after getting disqualified because of a false start.
This was their first rematch and Blake showed he more than deserved his title.
Asafa Powell will join them at the Olympics, where the calculus has suddenly changed dramatically.
In the women's 100, defending Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce won in a Jamaican record 10.70 seconds, with Veronica Campbell-Brown second and Kerron Stewart third.