He Won't Be Back
“Oh no. My coach and said ‘do not retire and come back, don’t ever do that.’ It’s a bit different for swimming but for most track and field athletes it never goes well. I’m still talking to people about what I will do afterwards and I definitely want to stay involved in the sport but at the moment I am just looking forward to doing nothing.”
– Usain Bolt explaining that there will be no “Michael Phelps-style” comeback for him at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. When he’s done, he’s done.
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