Granted records are made to be broken, but this would be magical.
Usain Bolt has plans to become "a living legend" during the upcoming London 2012 Olympic Games. The 25-year-old Jamaican would like to add to his Olympic records in the 100- and 200-meter competitions.
Bolt tells the BBC Sport that "people are looking forward to me running 9.4, 19 seconds, anything that's amazing." He was referring to breaking his world records of 9.58 seconds for the 100-meter dash and 19.19 seconds in the 200-meter dash.
After taking home three gold medals in the 2008 Olympics, Bolt knows what he can get by outshining the competition again in 2012. "If I dominate the Olympics, I'll be a living legend. A living legend walking around. Sounds good," Bolt said.
By the way, Michael Phelps also told the BCC that he looks forward to London being a nice ending to his American swimming career. "This is the last chapter of my career as an athlete and I'm just hoping it goes the way I want. I'm trying to work as hard as I can to make sure it does," Phelps, a 14-time Olympic champion, said."
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