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  • Bolt serious about football career

    AUSTIN: Retired sprint king Usain Bolt says he is serious about starting up a football career — and believes he could even be good enough to play for Jamaica...

    “It’s a personal goal, I don’t care what people really think about it,” Bolt told reporters on the sidelines of the US Formula One Grand Prix on Sunday...

  • Bolt predicts his records could stand for decades

    KYOTO: Usain Bolt is feeling no pressure in retirement, confident his best times can remain world records for decades...

    The only sprinter to capture the 100- and 200-metre track titles at three consecutive Olympics, Bolt retired last month after the world championships in London...

  • Americans too fast for Bolt to catch

    NASSAU (Bahamas): Not even Usain Bolt could overcome a big American lead as the US team, led by Justin Gatlin and anchored by Ryan Bailey, won the 4x100 relay, sprinted to a convincing victory over Jamaica in the 4x100m relay at the IAAF World Relays meet on Saturday...

    Bolt, who had missed last year’s inaugural World Relays, made up ground on Bailey in their anchor leg at the Thomas A...

  • Bolt vows to silence Gatlin in Beijing

    NEW YORK: Usain Bolt says he is not yet ready for a duel with Justin Gatlin but is looking forward to silencing the confident American in a Beijing sprint “explosion” at the world championships in August...

    “Gatlin has been doing a lot of talking, saying a lot of things,” Bolt said with a chuckle in an interview on Thursday ahead of the adidas Grand Prix at Randall’s Island...

  • Jamaicans win without Bolt as US men drop baton

    NASSAU (Bahamas): Jamaica won the showcase 4x200 metres relay without Usain Bolt as their American rivals dropped the baton on the second and final day of the IAAF World Relays meet on Sunday...

    Bolt did not run as a precaution, his manager said, after the world’s fastest man felt tightness in his hamstring warming up...

  • Bolt faces Gatlin showdown at World Relays

    NASSAU: Six-time Olympic gold track medallist Usain Bolt will face a showdown against American arch-rival Justin Gatlin at this weekend’s IAAF World Relays in the Bahamas...

    Bolt, who has anchored Jamaica to two Olympic titles and three world golds in the 4x100m relay, missed last year’s inaugural competition in Nassau in an injury-ravaged season...

  • Gatlin spoils Bolt’s farewell with shock 100m win

    LONDON: Justin Gatlin ruined Usain Bolt’s farewell party when the 35-year-old American won the world 100 metres title on Saturday, beating the Jamaican superstar into third and sparking a chorus of boos from a London crowd unhappy with his doping past...

    As so often before Bolt made a terrible start but for once could not make it up as Christian Coleman, the 21-year-old American who beat him in the semi-finals, looked set for...

  • Bolt ready to fire, and really ready to retire

    LONDON: An encore for Usain Bolt? Unthinkable...

    As for the past, one of Bolt’s most interesting revelations was that his now-famous “To the World” pose, which he debuted after winning his first Olympic gold medal in Beijing, was completely unplanned...

  • No golden sendoff for Bolt and Farah

    LONDON: Athletics legends Usain Bolt and Mo Farah experienced some of their greatest moments in their careers at the 2012 Olympics in London but five years on, almost to the very night, and back in the same stadium, misery replaced joy on Saturday...

    Then, British distance running hero Farah had broken into Bolt’s lightning bolt pose in this same stadium and the Jamaican track celebrity had reciprocated with the Briton’s trademark...

  • Nervous Bolt wins final race on Jamaican soil

    KINGSTON: Usain Bolt partied with his devoted fans in an emotional farewell at the National Stadium as the world’s fastest man recovered from a moderate start to win his final 100 metres sprint on Jamaican soil, clocking 10...

    Bolt wanted to go out in a blaze of glory as he won the 100 metre “Salute to a Legend” race in front of a raucous crowd of 30,000 on the same track where he launched his international career at the world juniors...

  • Bolt holds on to win 100m at Ostrava Golden Spike

    OSTRAVA: Usain Bolt overcame a slow start to win the 100 metres at the Ostrava Golden Spike meeting on Wednesday as he gears up for a final World Championships in London this summer...

    Bolt, who has eight Olympic golds and 13 world championship medals, will retire after August’s world championships...

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