Fresh from setting the world of athletics alight by running a blistering new world record time of 9.58 seconds in the men's 100 meters at the World Championships in Berlin, Usain Bolt has told reporters "anything is possible" for the future.
The triple Olympic champion, who is 22-years-old, told the official Web site of athletics world governing body (IAAF) that he could reduce his record-breaking times even further in the future.
"Anything is possible. I'm just happy I won. For me, 9.5 is definitely a big thing. I'm proud of myself because I'm the first man to have done that. I never go out there thinking about world records. I just go out there trying to win," the Jamaican sprinter said. Read full article »