The Jamaican sprint legend Usain Bolt, who retired last month visited Japan on Tuesday (September 5).
Bolt took part in a charity event established to advertise and protect traditional culture in Kyoto, Japan.
On the event, Bolt couldn’t run with five Japanese kids in the 15-meter sprint due to his injured hamstring from last month’s World Championships in London. The Jamaican had been three meters down on the two leading runners as he took the last lap of the relay, which was won by Britain, only to brake strongly and stumble to the ground, coming to a stop after a forward roll on the track.
During a news interview after the charity event in Kyoto, Bolt was delighted with his historic career although his final race was a “rough one.”
Bolt also considers a future in football, and being an analyst in track and field, but refuses on returning to the competition.
Bolt, who won 19 global championship golds, breaking world records, is the fastest sprinter in the world of athletics in the history.