Usain Bolt savagely replies after fan challenges him to break his own world record in next Olympics

WION Web Team
New Delhi, India Published: May 26, 2020, 02.06 PM(IST)

Having a statue in the National Stadium where it all began; there are no words, I am just happy and really excited about this - Bolt Photograph:( AFP )

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Usain Bolt sparked comeback rumours after a fan challenged Bolt to make a return in the next Olympics and beat his world record. Surprisingly, Bolt replied to the social media user sending his fans and followers into a frenzy. 

Usain Bolt is regarded as one of the all-time great athletes to have participated in the Olympics. The former Jamaican sprinter, who is also the world record holder in the 100 metres, 200 metres and 4 × 100 metres relay, sparked comeback rumours after a fan challenged Bolt to make a return in the next Olympics and beat his world record. Surprisingly, Bolt replied to the social media user sending his fans and followers into a frenzy. 

“I dare @usainbolt to go back to the next Olympics and beat his WR. Bet he can’t do it,” tweeted a fan to which Bolt replied: “How much u betting?”

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However, after looking at the phenomenal response to his tweet, Bolt followed up with another post in which he hilariously asked his fans whether they really want him to see on the massage table.

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Bolt’s reply has garnered a lot of raised eyebrows with thousands of retweets with fans requesting Bolt to come back and give it another go in the grandest stage of them all. 

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Heading into the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Bolt was already the fastest man on earth after finishing 100m race in just 9.72 seconds. He surpassed every record by clocking 9.69 in the quadrennial event.

As per experts, Bolt could have clocked 9.55 had he continued with the same speed and not slow down to showboat in the race.

In the 2012 London Olympics, Bolt finished the 100m race in just 9.64 seconds which not only gave him a gold medal but also made him immortal.
 
 

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