Bolt longs for tracks – athlete – all games

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Jamaican legendary runner Ossain Bolt alluded to his willingness to think back to the track he retired from in 2017, should veteran coach Glenn Mills ask him to do so.

Bolt, 33, holds the world records for the 100m and 200m races, and was crowned during his remarkable career with eight Olympic gold medals, before he retired from the competition in the wake of the London World Championships in Athletics 2017. Bolt stressed that he does not intend to return from retirement, but he will think about it in case Requested by Mills (70 years old).

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