Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt heeded a word of warning on the dangers of doping, ahead of hanging up his trainers for good, when speaking from a press conference at The Brewery Hotel in central London on Tuesday.
«If they don’t stop what they’re doing, then the sport will die», Bolt said when discussing the risks of doping.
Bolt said that since the Russia scandal, the future of athletics could... Еще only be looking up. «After [the] scandal on Russia, I don’t think it gets any worse than that, you know what I mean? So, I think it’s just on its way back up now and for me», he said.
The legendary Jamaican sprinter is expected to compete in the Men’s 100m Final on Saturday August 5, with his final race scheduled for seven days later on August 12 in the Men’s 4x100m Final.
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