Jamaican Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt began his 2016 racing season at the Cayman Invitational where he scored a comfortable win in the men’s 100-meter competition. Bolt’s time of 10.05 defeated Dentarus Locke of the United States who ran the distance in 10.12. Kemar Bailey-Cole of Jamaica was third with a time of 10.18. This was the first competitive run for Bolt since he took home three gold medals at the 2015 World Championships in Beijing, China. It was his second appearance at a Cayman Invitational. Bolt had a strong start, but trailed Locke at the halfway mark. In his customary fashion, however, Bolt, the world’s fastest man, sped up at the last 50-plus meters and then eased into the finish line to take a relatively easy victory.