The reigning Olympic and World champion in the 100 metres and 200 Usain Bolt has four events left before retirement and the Jamaican has said he has no regrets as he is set to hang up his spikes.
Usain said it would be a “thing of joy for him to sit back, remember and get that feeling about all those athletes competing at the Olympics”.
Bolt is set for his final race on Jamaican soil at the second annual Racers Grand Prix on Saturday at the National Stadium in Kingston. He is also scheduled for meets at Ostrava on 28 June, Monaco on 21 July and the World Championships in London on 4-13 August which would be his last sprint event.
Bolt when asked what he would miss after he hangs his spikes said he would miss playing with the crowd and the high energy.
Bolt is fondly known to be a free spirit athlete who never seems to be under any pressure before big races.