There was less of a show in Usain Bolt's arrival to the Diamond League meet in Oslo, although the world's fastest man is no less confident that his form - and his starts - will peak at the London Olympics.
''This season has been very consistent so far, I think,'' Bolt said Wednesday. He said his starts have improved since last season when he had been ''all over the place.''
''In Jamaica I got a good start, last race in Rome I got a good start. My only bad race was in Ostrava,'' Bolt said. ''So I think overall, it's been good. In training it's been excellent so I can't really complain.''
Bolt's participation at the Bislett Games is only his second Diamond League appearance this season. The Jamaican sprinter failed to defend his 100-meter world title at the world championships in South Korea last year because he false started.
Bolt established himself as a global superstar at the 2008 Beijing Games, winning both the 100 and 200 titles in world-record times, and helping Jamaica win...