Olympics: Bolt hopes to `continue flying`

London: Jamaican sprinter and world and Olympic record holder Usain Bolt said he was feeling "very good" at the London Games and that he hopes to "continue flying".

"I feel very good in London Olympics and I have recovered physically, and I hope to continue flying," Bolt was quoted as saying by Xinhua.

Due to his physical injury, Bolt lost several consecutive stops to the Games.

"I feel very happy to be in London and love to enjoy this feeling. Though I went to many places, here makes me feel wonderful," he said.

"With so many setbacks I encountered and efforts I have made, I hope to continue flying and keep my legend as London Olympics is also my important moment in my life," Bolt said.

"I expect its coming and will try to do the best," he added.

Bolt is the world and Olympic record holder in the men`s 100 meters and the 200 meters.


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