Bolt believes he can set another world record
Jamaican sprint superstar Usain Bolt has said that it is possible for him to break his world records as he prepares to take part in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, which begin on Wednesday.
Bolt said that he thinks he can lower his 100-metre and 200-metre world records because his coach Glen Mills is the world's greatest sprint coach, adding that he knows sprinting better than anyone.
Bolt said that if his coach thinks that it is possible for him to break his world records than he believes him, Gulf News reported.
The sprinter said that the key is to get a good training period with no injuries and get in good shape.
The 6 feet 5 inches Bolt, who is a multiple Olympic and world champion, said that his main aim is to defend his World Championship and Olympic titles. He said that if he can run faster and break some more world records, then it would also make him happy.
Bolt will compete only in the 4x100 metre relay in the Commonwealth games after missing the Jamaican trials last month following his rehabilitation from a foot injury, which has ruled the fastest man on the planet out of action this season, the report added. (ANI)
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