KINGSTON, Jamaica — World and Olympic sprint champion, Usain Bolt, says is satisfied with his performance at the recent London Olympic Games.
“I went out there and I did my country, myself, my fans, and everybody who was looking forward to me doing great things proud,” he said at a press conference held in Kingston today at his Tracks & Records sports bar.
“I am very happy with myself. I’m very pleased with my performance, I think I did pretty well,” Bolt told his audience of journalists, government members and sports officials.
Bolt won gold medals in the men’s 100 and 200metres, setting an Olympic record in the former. He was also part of Jamaica’s world record-winning men’s 4x100 sprint relay team.
The triple gold medalist, admitting that it hasn’t been a smooth athletic season, added that he was able to “push through” with the help of God and the support of his coach, Glen Mills, management team, family, friends, fans and sponsors.