Usain Bolt, photo by PhotoRun.net
RunBlogRun opines: Can Usain Bolt run 9.70? We think so. If Usain Bolt can get himself in shape, and stay focused during his last season, then, we believe 9.70 is definitely in the cards for Mr. Bolt. Usain Bolt has pride in what he does. With Coach Mills challenging him, Usain Bolt, a very fit Mr. Bolt, can definitely run 9.70!
Bolt targets 9.7
KINGSTON (JAM): World record holder Usain Bolt wants to leave Jamaican fans with a special 9.7 farewell. Bolt will run his final race in Jamaica on June 10 at the Racers Grand Prix. The meet is dubbed “Salute to a Legend” and will be held at the National Stadium. “For me, it’s just to put down a really fast time,” Bolt was quoted by The Gleaner saying, while adding “I haven’t really ran a fast time early in the season, so for me to run a 9.7, that would be very good.”
Dave Hunter is an award-winning journalist who is a U.S. Correspondent for Track & Field News. He also writes a weekly column and serves as Senior Writer for www.RunBlogRun.com, and covers championship track & field competition domestically and in such global capitals as Moscow, Birmingham, Zurich, Brussels, Beijing, Rio de Janeiro, Zagreb, Ostrava, and Doha. Hunter frequently serves as the arena or stadium announcer for championship track & field gatherings, including the Ivy League, the Big East, the Mid-American Conference, the NAIA, the Big Ten, and the Millrose Games. Hunter has undertaken foreign and domestic broadcast assignments. He ran his marathon P.R. 2:31:40 on the Boston Marathon course back in the Paleozoic Era. To find out more about Dave, visit his website: www.trackandfieldhunter.com He can be reached at: email@example.com
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