Usain Bolt plans to retire after 2016 Olympics

Bolt said that he wants to dominate the sport until he retires and and is targeting the gold medal at the 2016 games.

updated: September 04, 2013 20:18 IST
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Brussels: Jamaican track star Usain Bolt is considering retiring after the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, he said Wednesday.

But any plans for going out to grass at the age of 30 would come after three more years of domination that might include a pop at the Commonwealth Games next year and another shot at bettering his own 200m world record.

Bolt has dominated the competitive world of sprinting since claiming three gold medals at the 2008 Beijing Games but hinted ahead of Friday's season-ending Diamond League meet in Brussels that Rio would be his third and last.

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