KUALA LUMPUR: The fastest man on earth, Usain Bolt has hinted that he will not run as a political candidate following his retirement from track and field this summer.
In an interview with a group of Malaysian and international journalists here today, Bolt was confident that there will not be another Usain Bolt-ever!
The Olympic champion earlier gave a rousing speech, moderated by CNN’s Richard Quest to a full house at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center (KLCC) in conjunction with the Global Transformation Forum 2017.
The 30-year-old also said that his retirement plans will focus on his charity organisation helping youths in Jamaica, maybe in football but definitely not politics.
The three-time Olympic Games sprint double champion, also said his confidence, which was often times seen as cocky, came from knowing that he was in the best form that he could be following months of preparations and training before running in any international sporting events.
Usain Bolt was addressing the audience at the Global Transformation Forum 2017 here today.