Usain Bolt is ‘very confident’ his world records won’t be broken by sprinters heading to Tokyo Olympics 2020

Usain Bolt figures his renowned games world records will stay unbeaten during Tokyo Olympics 2020 and the history behind the world record.

Usain Bolt at the athletics championship
Usain Bolt at the athletics championship

Usain St Leo Bolt is regarded as the best sprinter ever. Bolt holds the world record in the 100 meters, 200 meters, and 4 × 100 meters. An eight-time Olympic gold medalist, Bolt is the only sprinter to win Olympic 100m and 200m titles at three back-to-back Olympics (2008, 2012, and 2016 Olympics) and additionally won two 4 × 100 hand-off gold decorations. Bolt acquired overall notoriety for his twofold run triumph in world record time at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

Recently Usain Bolt had an Instagram Live session with the Olympics, Usain Bolt predicted that the 100m Tokyo Olympic final will be fast but cannot break the world record that he made during his moments.

Usain Bolt figures his renowned games world records will stay unbeaten during Tokyo Olympics 2020 out of 2021. “I’m very confident,” Bolt said during the Instagram Live with Olympics. “I’m not saying it won’t occur. Yet, I don’t think the yield “I’m not saying it’s not going to happen. But I don’t think the crop I’m watching; I don’t think they’re there at a level to run times of 9.58s or 19.19s. So, we’ll see what happens.”

The story behind the World Record

 The World Record made by Usain Bolt
The World Record made by Usain Bolt

The Jamaican superstar shattered his own 100m world record to win the gold medal at the World Championships with a scarcely believable time of 9.58 seconds. Bolt shaved a staggering 0.11 seconds off the 9.69 mark he set while winning gold in Beijing. The margin of victory was not as comfortable as some of his other wins, but the time to complete the world record sprint will certainly take some effort in the years to come.

He won individual Olympic titles in the 100m and 200m at world-record paces and that turned into a worldwide marvel. The current 100m and 200m world records were set a year after the World Championships in Berlin. The 100m record remains at 9.58s with the 200m at 19.19s.

The top choice for the 100m title at Tokyo 2020 seems to be USA Athlete Trayvon Bromell. He set a world driving season of 9.77s on June 5. During this moment Bolt spoke out that “He’s really stepped up and show that he’s ready and he’s is fit.”

“As long as he stays good, he should be on top.” The 100m is a notoriously brutal race with small edges denoting the distinction. “Mentally, it’s tough on you and making one mistake in the 100m finals. It can be your downfall. So, let’s see what happens.”

The Mixed Relays at the Tokyo Olympics 2020

The Olympics will have an exciting new occasion in the athletics program in 2021. The Mixed Relay will give another chance to 400m sprinters to take an Olympic award. Bolt was hesitant to give any predictions regarding the winners directly on spot. By then Bolt spoke out that “I think Great Britain and the US really have strong teams. So, let’s see how that goes.” The first round of the 4x400m Mixed Relay will be on the main day of the Athletics Competition at Tokyo 2020 on Friday, July 30.

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