Four years after Usain Bolt (centre) made Olympic history as the “world’s fastest man” in Beijing, the Jamaican sprinter’s legacy hangs in the balance as he prepares to compete against his talented younger countryman, Yohan Blake.
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Bolt is still the man for me. A beautiful article showing the defection in Bolts form over years. With all this, the only thing that bothers me is Bolt serious about himself? like Blake is
This is the big one and I expect Bolt to destroy the field. His adrenalin will be at bursting point due to the build up. The only thing that might stop him is a disqualification start again. Hopefully if this does not happen we are in for something really unique and a superhuman event in the history of the world, for he has too much in the tank and especially in the last 40 metres. But where this time I expect that there will be no slapping of the chest until after the line and no time for sightseeing this again in the last 20 metres, but where Bolt will just fly through the line as fast as he can go. A treat to savour for all time I would say so don’t miss it !
Dr David Hill
World Innovation Foundation
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