Bolt still confident about the future of Jamaica’s track & field
The world of track & field might be in a quandary about what to do now that it’s biggest star ever, Usain Bolt, has hung up his spikes, but there should be no such worry for the tiny island he hails from – so says the big sprinter.
According to Bolt, Jamaica’s track and field is in safe hands when you take a look at the galaxy of stars headed to the forefront of the sport.
"I think that if the youngsters want it and if they are hungry, then they will do well," said Bolt.
"We don't have to worry about Jamaica's track and field," he added.
The big sprinter also knows he has a part to play in ensuring the future of track and field in Jamaica and in general.
"For me, I am always going to try and motivate the youngsters and help get them disciplined," said Bolt.
"I will still play a big role in track and field all over the world and not just in Jamaica."
Bolt knows all too well what it takes to become a champion.
"It's all about hard work and determination because they have to have the determination and will to become champions," he said.
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