Usain Bolt Says His Best is Yet to Come

Usain Bolt, who has six Olympic gold medals to his name, set the 100m world record of 9.58 seconds and 200m best of 19.19 at Berlin World championships in 2009.

updated: July 24, 2014 13:24 IST
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File Photo of Usain Bolt posing with the board showing his world record time of 9.58 seconds in 100m category at Berlin World Championships in 2009


Kingston: Six-time Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt and his coach Glen Mills believe the Jamaican sprinter can run even faster as he targets the 2015 world championships and the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro. (Usain Bolt blasts officials for reducing Tyson Gay's doping ban)

It has been five years since Bolt set the 100m world record of 9.58 seconds and the 200m best of 19.19 at the Berlin world championships, and this season began late for him as he recovered from minor foot surgery and a hamstring injury. (CWG off to colourful, touching start | Pics)

The lanky Jamaican missed nine weeks of training after having surgery on his left foot in March but shrugged off any suggestion that he might be past his best as he prepares for the sprint relay at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow next month.

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