The Jamaican – champion in both the 100m and 200m sprints in Berlin – was disqualified from the straightaway event, after he jumped the gun.
But while many found other areas to blame for the disappointing incident, Bolt took full responsibility for his action – saying that he should have waited for the gun to go off.
“I am not going to blame anybody for anything, I picked start,” said Bolt.
The 25-year-old also dismissed suggestions that his training partner and fellow countryman Yohan Blake, who went on to win the event, should have been called back after TV camera revealed he moved first.
Bolt said: “Even if Blake moved a little bit it was for me to stay in my blocks. My coach always explained that people will move sometime, but you cannot focus on one person, you got to focus on yourself and try to execute.
“So for me, yes he may have moved, but I haven’t watch it over to say yes he did, but for me I am happy for him.
“He is my training partner and he did well and he deserved it because he is a hard worker. I see him every day and he works really hard, he works even harder than me.”
The championships started out disappointing, but ended in glorious fashion for Bolt, after the lanky sprinter teamed up with Nesta Carter, Michael Frater and Blake to set a world record in the final of the men’s 4x100m relay – pulling down the curtains on the nine day championships.