Usain Bolt has said coming out of retirement to compete at the 2020 Summer Olympics is possible.
The Jamaican athlete said in an interview with TMZ Sports that the “door is open” for a return, but added, “I don’t think so. But when I see competition I definitely feel like I want to, but I’m not gonna do it.”
Bolt announced that the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games would be his final Olympics, and he showed the world why he’s still the best with gold medals in each of his three events.The 31-year-old Bolt admitted that his feelings to return to track could change once Tokyo 2020 gets closer. “I don’t have the urge right now. Maybe when it comes around to the Olympics you never know, but right now I don’t,” he adds.Bolt is one of the most decorated athletes in Olympic history with eight gold medals to his credit in the 100-meter, 200-meter and 4×100-meter events.
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