Zeenews Sports Bureau
The fastest man on earth Usain Bolt has said nobody will beat the Jamaican if he is in great shape in the Olympic Games this summer. He predicted more world records this summer ahead of the opening race of his European season in Ostrava on Friday.
Bolt will look to better his own time of 9.82 seconds, the leading mark in the world so far this year in the 100 metres, when he races at the Golden Spike meeting in Ostrava.
And the triple Olympic champion is confident of being in the form to threaten his three-year-old world record of 9.58sec by the time the London Games come around.
"If I`m in great shape nobody will beat me in London, that`s for sure," Bolt said. "If I`m as fit as I want to be then I think I`ll be in better shape than I`ve ever been. I guess if I`m in great shape, with a good start, it should be a world record.”
"I don`t think it will be this race because I`ve just started the season and I have a few little things to iron out."