Usain Bolt is disappointed with how Jamaican men’s sprinting has developed since he retired and predicts his compatriots will find it tough in Tokyo after his glorious domination of the last three Olympics.
With Bolt leading the way in his inimitable style, Jamaica won all nine men’s track sprint finals in Beijing, London and Rio — although it later lost its 2008 4x100m gold medals after Nesta Carter failed a dope test.
While Jamaica’s women look very strong going into their Tokyo campaign, triple 100m and 200m Olympic champion Bolt thinks the men will struggle.
“Well, it’s really disappointing to see this,” Bolt told Reuters.
“I felt like we had a good crop of (male) athletes for the last couple of Olympics, so for me, it really bothers me to know that this is where we are right now, where most of the world is ahead of us.
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