Bolt drained but set for finale
Fri, 07 Sep 2012 9:17a.m.
Usain Bolt may be mentally drained but he still found the energy for his usual antics as he looks to finish 2012 strongly with the Diamond League meet in Brussels.
Once again Bolt’s training partner and Olympic 100m silver medallist Yohan Blake is in attendance but the two Jamaican’s won’t cross paths with Bolt running the 100 metres and Blake the 200 metres.
Bolt is determined to finish the season on a high note.
"I'm drained, I'm drained now," Bolt told reporters.
"I sat down in my room yesterday afternoon and I was thinking what I'm going to do at the start of the race and I'm drawing blank so I know that, mentally, I'm drained.
"I'm drained but hopefully something comes up but my body is getting there. But I got one more run in me so it'll be alright," he says.
Bolt is also keen on breaking more records.
"I'd definitely like to run sub-19, without a doubt. That's one of my things I always think about, I've always point out to my coach. So that's one thing I would really like to try after,” he says.
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