Bolt: I will do anything for Jamaica

By PAUL A REID Observer Writer

Thursday, July 26, 2012

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LONDON, UK — Usain Bolt says he will do anything for his beloved Jamaica, including running a leg of the 4x400m if he is not tired.
At a press conference in London today, Bolt said as long as he is not too tired after the 200m finals, he would consider it.
Carrying the Jamaican flag in the Opening Ceremony, he said, is an honour.
"I will do anything for Jamaica, anything they ask. I love Jamaica and wouldn't live anywhere else,” he said.


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