The 44-year-old woman was between aid stations during the 75-mile race which was called off 30-minutes before the lightning strike.
He hasn't raced all track season so won't be qualified in the 50000, but automatically qualified in the 10,000 by finishing top 15 at World XC.
Hughes says a combination of falling "out of love with running" and living long distance from his fiancee made him realize he needed to make some changes.
Bolt misses competing, but says, "I don't miss the training one bit. ...I’ve learned from many people: A comeback never works out well."
"A lot of people look at it like you have a baby so all of a sudden you're finished. I do get asked that question a lot, especially in Jamaica. They're like, 'Oh are you still running?' And I'm like, 'Yeah, I just had a baby, that's all.' You know, it's maternity leave."
"I feel pain in my chest, my muscles are sore and I cough a lot. All I knew, was that once you dope, you end up running well. I never knew there would be such problems."
Talking about running 9.97 at the London DL for 3rd behind Akani Simbine's 9.93, Blake said, “In the season, it’s a bit early with me running times like this right now, but, come Doha, I’m going to bring it.”
The former record holder, Justine Bayigga is now an Uganda Athletics Federation official and hugged Leni after the race.