Usain Bolt entered the 800m race

Usain Bolt, the world’s fastest sprinter, has once again returned to the field after retirement. He broke his retirement for a day and competed in the 800 meters for an exhibition race in Jamaica on Tuesday.

Bolt, the world record-setter in the 100m and 200m and an eight-time Olympic gold medalist, ran the 800m in a casual, fun environment in an unofficial time of 2:40 minutes, but he took a long time to complete the race. Bolt said of the race that I was feeling like fire. I thought it would be easy. but it’s not like that. Hats off to 800m runners but, I enjoy a challenge. I did a lot of cardio for the race. I guess I need to do a little more. When asked if this was the beginning of a comeback, he immediately replied, “No, it’s a one-time thing.”

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