Jamaican legend, Usain Bolt ends his career after the IAAF championship. The world's best, who has won 8 Olympics and 11 World Championships gold medal is planning to quit the track after competing in the 100m and 4×100m relay in the global event in London.
After his pre-championship press conference in London, he said he wanted to retire undefeated.
Being world's best and smashing titles after titles, Bolt's achievements have catapulted him into a whole new atmosphere where he wants to end his career as a sprinter. His target in London is clear – to sign off after winning many trophies. His proudest moment was winning the World Junior title at age 15 while his best performance was his 200m world record run in the 2008 Beijing Olympics where he poured all his concentration into getting the mark he had always wanted. He has broken countless records throughout his career and still holds the title of the fastest man on earth.
Story by: Hilda Love Dei-Tutu