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Track king Bolt eyes final hurrah - The Hindu

Sprint superstar Usain Bolt will seek a final golden hurrah when he takes to the track at the IAAF World Championships in London this week. Bolt has dominated sprinting since taking double individual gold at the Beijing Olympics in 2008, going on to ...and more »

Usain Bolt: Lose? I can't believe you're asking me. We won't have that problem - The Guardian

One by one the stars from sport and screen paid sweet homage to Usain Bolt, each homily more doe-eyed than the last. First Asafa Powell thanked him “on behalf of the Jamaican people”. Then soapy tributes from Cara Delevingne, Thierry Henry and Virat ...and more »

Usain Bolt: Now I've reached my goals I can say yes, I am a legend - The Times

Usain Bolt is still three days away from his final individual race but he was already writing the headlines. “Unbeatable and unstoppable” Bolt suggested to the world's media yesterday. This was not a man with any worries about the outcome of the 100m ...and more »

Usain Bolt is a genius like Muhammad Ali, says Lord Coe - BBC Sport

Usain Bolt is a genius and has had as big an impact on athletics as Muhammad Ali did on boxing, says Lord Coe. Sprint legend Bolt, an eight-time Olympic gold medallist, is set to retire after the World Championships in London, which begin on Friday ...and more »

I am Bolt! The world's fastest man gets the best sports documentary ever made - The Guardian

'I'm too competitive – I take it personally if I lose to someone' … Usain Bolt bares all. Photograph: David Davies/PA. Sports stars always want to be remembered as the greatest in their game. This week, though, Usain Bolt prepares not just to run for ...and more »

IAAF World Championships: How Usain Bolt became a global superstar - Sporting News

Over the past 16 years, Usain Bolt has provided countless moments of majesty in a storied career. The eight-time Olympic champion and reigning 100 metres and 200m world-record holder will retire after the IAAF World Championships in London. He will be ...and more »

Usain Bolt urges other athletes to save athletics - CNN International

(CNN) He is the undoubted superstar of athletics, a man who has transcended his sport and will be remembered as a great. But eight-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt has warned that one individual cannot save his sport once he has retired. Bolt, the 100m ...and more »

Usain Bolt warns dopers they risk killing athletics - 'If they don't stop what they're doing, the sport will die' - Telegraph.co.uk

We have, perish the thought, fewer than 100 hours left to describe Usain Bolt as an athlete in the present tense. Come Sunday morning, he will stretch those lissom limbs and reflect, in all likelihood, upon a fourth 100 metres world title that brings ...and more »

Whether Usain Bolt wins or loses in London, treasure a last chance to see a true giant in action - Evening Standard

In “I Am Bolt”, the brilliant documentary about Usain Bolt broadcast last night on BBC1, the world's greatest-ever sprinter described what he now wants more than anything else. It was simple and, in a way, devastating. “Just to be a human again, pretty ...and more »

Usain Bolt: Jamaican sprinter says dopers must stop or athletics 'will die' - BBC Sport

Usain Bolt says athletes who dope must "stop or the sport will die" as he prepares to race for the final time in his illustrious career. Bolt, an eight-time Olympic champion and icon of world sport, will retire after this month's World Championships ...and more »