There is no denying that Jamaican sprint star Usain Bolt is one of the greatest athletes that ever lived and will go down in history as a legend. Usain currently holds both the 100m and 200m world records, with the 100m world record standing at 9.58 seconds.
With the outdoor season now over, it is fair to say that Usain Bolt did not have his best year time wise, despite winning three gold medals at the world championships in Moscow. However, Usain insists that, despite being disappointed with his season, he still feels that he can break his 100m world record.
Following the last Diamond League meeting of the season, in which Bolt won in a time of 9.80, he said, "I definitely can run faster. I started the season pretty poorly and then got an injury and as you get older it is harder to come back from injury. It was not the best season of my career but the main thing is I finished on top and I dominated."
While Usain Bolt has yet to confirm whether or not he will appear at the Commonwealth Games next year in Glasgow, there are high hopes that we could see him there and what better place to break his world record.