Usain Bolt appears to have overcome his injury scare, after being named in the Jamaica team for Rio 2016.
There was widespread concern over the world champion's participation after he suffered a grade-one tear during the first round of the 100m at his country's national trials in Kingston.
But his inclusion in the Jamaica team on Monday means the world record holder will be in Brazil to defend both his Olympic 100m and 200m titles, as well as the 4x100m relay title.
Bolt is yet to prove his fitness, but was one of four Jamaican athletes given a medical exemption to make the squad.
He has already confirmed his participation at the Anniversary Games in London on 22 July, suggesting he is on track to fully recover.