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How to Watch Usain Bolt’s Farewell Race Online

Watch Racers Grand Prix Jamaica + view order of events

Usain Bolt will begin his final track season with a 100-meter race at the highly anticipated Racers Grand Prix in Kingston, Jamaica tonight– his final race on home soil. The event is scheduled to fire off at 6:30 p.m. local time or 7:30 p.m E.T.

Bolt will compete against compatriots Nesta Carter, Michael Frater, Jevaughn Minzie and Nickel Ashmead in the race dubbed SALUTE TO A LEGEND. Joining them in that race will be American Terrell Cotton, Ramon Gittens of Barbados, Daniel Bailey of Antigua, and Jason Rogers of St Kitts & Nevis. The race is expected to start at 10:10/11:10 p.m. ET.

View the order of events here

The event will be broadcast on National TV (TVJ). However, for fans outside of Jamaica, the event will be only available via a pay-per-view stream on 1 Spot Media at the cost of $23.99. Watch it here.

Bolt missed two weeks of training after his close friend and British Olympian Germaine Mason died in a motorcycle crash while in Jamaica.

A more competitive 100m race includes 2012 Olympic silver medalist Yohan Blake and South African sprint star Akani Simbine.

Racers Grand Prix order of events

TIME EVENTS
6:15-6:30 PM OPENING CEREMONY
6:35 TRIPLE JUMP WOMEN
6:40 400 METRES WOMEN “A” RACE
6:45 400 METRES MEN “A” RACE
7:00 SHOT PUT MEN
7:10 100 METRES HURDLES WOMEN
7:25 110 METRES HURDLES MEN
7:40 100 METRES WOMEN “A” RACE
7:45 100 METRES MEN “A” RACE
7:55 100 METRES WOMEN
8:05 100 METRES MEN
THE ARRIVAL – NACAC PRESENTATION
8:30 TRIPLE JUMP MEN
8:35 HIGH JUMP WOMEN
8:40 3,000 METRES MEN
8:55 400 METRES HURDLES WOMEN
9:05 400 METRES HURDLES MEN
9:15 400 METRES WOMEN
9:25 400 METRES MEN
9:35 800 METRES MEN
9:40 200 METRES WOMEN
9:50 200 METRES MEN
10:10 100 METRES – “SALUTE TO A LEGEND “

Saturday night’s meet will also feature Olympic champions Allyson Felix, Mo Farah, David Rudisha and Wayde van Niekerk.

Bolt’s next race will be a 100-meter race at the Ostrava Golden Spike meet on June 28. His final race will come at the IAAF World Championships in London in August.