Usain Bolt Set To Retire


    The 8th time Olympic and world champion, Usain Bolt, has stated that he could keep on running even after participating in this year’s World Championships in London.

    Usain Bolt, 30, has stated in the past that this would be his last race in his career and revealed that he has spoken to his coach regarding his decision to end this season after running in London.

    “We have not made our mind regarding what to do after London and it is something I will give some thoughts.”

    A lot of sports enthusiast believe that world’s fastest man will retire after his race in London in the 4×100 relay race division on the 12th of August.

    “I am not in any way worried about retirement until I take in the World Championship. I just want to focus on that.” He said.

    Usain Bolt is believed to have run his last race in Jamaica which he won in the 100m division

    Bolt revealed before the IIAF World Challenge in Ostrava that he was focused on rounding up this season and take it up from there.

    “I love entertaining the people. I will do the best that I can and cherish every single moment. It will never be the same at the stadium.”

    He also revealed that he will not be taking part in the 200m race in London, stating that “People have been asking if I would take part in this race but I won’t.”

    Usain Bolt became only the first sprinter in the history of the Olympics to win the 100m and 200m race in record times. He also defended his title at the Beijing Olympics in 2008.

    “I have had an amazing career. I have had my ups and downs and I could not have asked for anything better. He said.”

    “I have done all that I can do and it is n emotional time for me.”