Kingston (Jamaica): Jamaica's six-time Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt says his main focus for the remainder of his sprinting career is to secure a legacy as the greatest athlete of all times.
Bolt's disclosure comes ahead of his eagerly anticipated showdown with world-leading American Justin Gatlin and Jamaica's perennial sub-10 sprinter Asafa Powell, CMC reported on Tuesday.
The sprint superstar says his primary focus now is his place in history as he prepares to retire in 2017.
London, May 14 - In the light of Tyson Gay's doping case, the entire United States 4x100 m relay team has been stripped of their silver medals from the London Olympic 2012.
Former 100m and 200m world champion Tyson Gay, who was suspended for a year after being found positive for a banned anabolic steroid, had already handed over his medal back to the officials, the BBC reported.
London, May 11 - Haile Gebrselassie has announced his retirement from competitive running after finishing 16th in the Great Manchester Run.
Gebrselassie, who is considered as one of the greatest atheletics' distance runner, said that he knew this was going to be his last one, adding that he was happy to stop here, the BBC reported.
However, he insisted that he was retiring from competitive running and not from running, for it was his life.
Johannesburg, Apr 18 : Jamaican sprint superstar Usain Bolt has claimed that when he is at his best then it's definitely almost impossible to beat him, insisting that he wants to break his own 200-metre world record and do it by running under 19 seconds.
Bolt set the record of 19.19 seconds in 2009, and also set the 100 record of 9.58 in the same year. He said that breaking his own 200-metre record is one of his biggest goals, adding that it is actually to run under 19 seconds.
London, Apr 08 - Liu Xiang, China's Olympic gold-medalist hurdler, has announced his retirement from professional sport on account of persistent injury.
Xiang became the first Chinese man to win an Olympic gold medal in track by bagging the top prize in the 110m hurdles in Athens in 2004.
Additionally, the Chinese top track and field star held the world record in 2006 with a time of 12.88 seconds, and subsequently went on to add a world title next year.
Johannesburg, Mar 26 - Six-time Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt will compete in the New York Diamond League on June 13, organisers have confirmed on Wednesday.
The Jamaican sprint superstar set his first 100 metres world record by clocking 9.72 seconds at Icahn Stadium on May 31, 2008.
Bolt, who is the current 100 and 200-metres record-holder, said that no one could ever forget their first world record, adding that he would never forget the crowd in New York that night, Sport24 reported.
New Delhi, Mar 22 : Minister of State for Sports Sarbananda Sonowal on Sunday sought a detailed report from the Paralympic Committee of India on the organisation of the National Para-Athletic Games after differently- abled athletes complained of inadequate facilities at the buliding they were housed in.
Wellington, Mar 14 - Disgraced Paralympics athlete Oscar Pistorius' lawyers have failed in their attempt to stop prosecutors from seeking a murder verdict against the double amputee for shooting his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp dead on Valentine's Day in 2013.
An application by Pistorius' defense lawyers to challenge the appeal by prosecutors, who have appealed the double amputee athlete's negligent killing conviction and want him convicted of the more serious charge of murder for shooting Steenkamp multiple times in a bathroom in his home, was dismissed by Judge Thokozile Masipa.
London, Mar 12 - Convicted Paralympics runner Oscar Pistorius has reportedly been videotaped playing football with a former mafia boss in a Pretoria-based prison.
According to reports, the video showcases Pistorius and Radovan Krejcir taking turns in a penalty shoot-out session in an exercise yard at Kgosi Mampuru prison.
Currently, the double amputee athlete is serving a five-year jail sentence for killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp in February 2013.
London, Mar 07 - Convicted Paralympics runner Oscar Pistorius has reportedly been surviving off tinned food after he refused to consume prison food over fear of being poisoned by other inmates.
The double amputee athlete, who is serving a five-year jail sentence for killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp in February 2013, is consuming a diet of tinned spicy vegetables, which he purchases from the on-site shop at Kgosi Mampuru prison in Pretoria, the Independent reported.
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