Usain Bolt is very busy on social media. He still trains to keep himself healthy and he shares videos or pictures of the practice on social media. Fans are excited to see the return of the best track and field sprinter of all time.
It turned out that the videos of the practice did not give false hints. In an interview with the BBC, Bolt said he wanted to get back on track. Thought Tokyo would return to the Olympics. But Bolt could not make the wish come true.
Bolt retired in 2016. He finished third in the 100 meters at the World Championships. In the 200 meter final, he got injured and dropped out. He had earlier announced to say goodbye. Bolt’s departure did not please the fans. There was a chance to cut that dissatisfaction when Bolt returned. In this way, Michael Phelps returned to the 2016 Rio Olympics with a flood of gold medals.
In an interview with the BBC, Bolt said why he did not return. Asked if he was likely to return to the track, he said, “It’s too late. If I had returned, I would have returned for this Olympics. When I told the coach (Glenn Mills), “I want to retire,” he sat down with me and said, “Retire, but that’s the final thing.” But I’m not back. Make sure you’re retiring. ”
Even though he accepted then, he called Bolt again after two years. Bolt began to think about returning, “I remember going to him in 2019 and saying, ‘What do you think about returning to the Olympics?’ He looked at me and said, “Don’t forget.” If my coach doesn’t say so, I won’t do it either. Because, I believe in him and if he doesn’t say so, that’s not it. ‘
But that doesn’t mean Bolt’s mind is, “It still stings me.”