It appears as though Jamaican track star Usain Bolt is even faster in Poland. Over the weekend he set a world indoor 100-meter record at the National Stadium in Warsaw.
He’s had a tough season this year, battling a foot ailment and only competing in three races, but with a time of 9.98 seconds he once again showed that nothing can keep the fastest man on Earth down for long.
Check out his historic run.
Using the hashtag #BoltInPoland, Usain tweeted a thank you to his fans after the race.
— Usain St. Leo Bolt (@usainbolt) August 23, 2014
Bolt will reportedly hang up his cleats for the remainder of 2014 in order to get healthy and prepare for a big season next year. While it’s still two years away, Usain’s got his sights on bringing home more medals from the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Throughout his career, Bolt has snatched a total of 16 medals for his country between the Olympics and World Championships and he’s hungry for more.
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