Usain Bolt will decide after next year’s Rio Olympics whether to retire or continue until the London 2017 world championships.
The Jamaican star Bolt told the BBC after in Thursday’s 10th career world title in Beijing, in the 200m, that he is `50-50’ on whether he will compete in London, where he won a second Olympic treble in 2012.
“I really want to run at London but I think the sport is not as fun as it used to be. It’s more taxing,’’ he said.
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