Bolt now eying 200-metre records having delivered 'enough' in 100 metres
Jamaican sprint superstar Usain Bolt has said that he would make the 200-metre sprint his focus after the Commonwealth Games.
The multiple world and Olympic champion only competed in the 4x100-metre relay at Glasgow 2014 and helped Jamaica to gold at Hampden Park.
Bolt said that he feels he has done enough in the 100-metre dash, and added that he knows that people want to see him run fast in the 100 but he loves his 200 and wants to do something special for himself, The BBC reported.
The 100-metre and 200-metre world record said that for him, his main aim is the 200.
Bolt, who would turn 28 on 21 August, set the 200-metre world record of 19.19 seconds in Berlin five years ago and also posted a 100-metre world best of 9.58 at the same World Championships.
Bolt said that the world record can keep going down and one never knows who's going to show up next and dominate. He added that he has said that he wants to run sub 19 and that is one of his biggest goals and his biggest dreams, so he is going to be training hard and seeing what he can do.
(Posted on 04-08-2014)