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The Court of Arbitration for Sport, based in Lausanne, Switzerland, dismissed Carter’s appeal Thursday, which disqualifies the entire 2008 Jamaican relay team, including Asafa Powell and Michael Frater.

In a statement, the CAS said that a three-member panel, composed of officials from Israel, Italy and the United Kingdom, “concluded that the reanalysis of Nesta Carter’s sample collected following the race at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games confirmed the presence of methylhexaneamine.”The panel “could not accept any of the arguments raised by Nesta Carter contending that the test results should be ignored or the IOC DP decision should otherwise be overturned for certain alleged failures,” the CAS said.“The rules are the rules but at the end of the day the joy of winning that relay gold Medal in Beijing 2008 with my teammates will last forever,” Bolt wrote on social media Thursday, posting a photo of himself with the other three.

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Thus the Olympic record books will not show that Bolt went nine for nine in the 100 meters, 200 meters and 4×100 relay over the 2008, 20 Games.

That, of course, won’t do much to sully his reputation as the greatest sprinter, and arguably the greatest track and field athlete, of all time, particularly given his dominance in the individual events.

Bolt holds world records in all three of those events, setting the marks in the 100 (9.58) and 200 (19.19) in 2009, while his Jamaican squad — including Carter — posted a time of 36.84 at the 2012 Olympics.

The 31-year-old also holds the record in the 150 meters (14.35), although that distance is not formally recognized by track’s governing body, International Association of Athletics Federations.

In addition to offering an upbeat comment Thursday on the lost gold medal, Bolt took to social media to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the first time he set the record in the 100.