Olympics 2016: Usain Bolt said he is going to beat hiw own world record in today's final
200-meters final will be held today, August 18
The Jamaican sevenfold Olympic champion sprinter Usain Bolt said that he feels he can surpass his own world record in men's 200m final in Rio today.
"I definitely think I can try for the world record, I definitely feel that," Bolt said. "I need to run efficiently and get into the straight and run the perfect race... If I can make better curves... I'll hope for the 6th or 7th lanes, to run it as well as I can,"- said Bolt.
As we reported earlier, yesterday Usain Bolt, the greatest sprinter who ever lived, crossed the finish line just two-hundredths of a second ahead of his rival and pal Andre De Grasse, a 21 year old contender, In the second of three men's 200m semi-finals. They both had huge smiles on their faces.
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