Sport Usain Bolt reveals his one regret, possible new career move and what gets under his skin

21:21  08 january  2018
21:21  08 january  2018 Source:   MSN

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Recently-retired sprinter Usain Bolt says his one regret from racing is not completing the 200m in under 19 seconds. The eight-time Olympic gold medalist retired from Athletics after the World Championships back in August, following a star-studded career .

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Usain Bolt in a yellow shirt: Credits: Getty© Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: Getty The world’s fastest man, Usain Bolt, has just one regret – not being even faster.

The eight-time Olympic gold medallist, who has been clocked running at nearly 28 miles an hour, was desperate to slip under 19 seconds in a final 200m race. He didn’t do it.

He says no one can do it and what’s more, today he says he just doesn’t care any more.

Bolt said: “I have only one unfulfilled ambition and that’s making a return under 19 seconds in the 200. That’s my unfulfilled ambition and it’s going to stay unfulfilled for me. I couldn’t do it. No one can do it.

“But it’s OK. It doesn’t make me feel dissatisfied... it’s just something that I wanted to do. It’s not like, ‘Oh my God, I got to do this’.

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At this stage in his career , Usain appeared to give the impression of being quite laid back. In 2004, Bolt turned professional, under the guidance of new coach Fitz Coleman. He began his career with the CARIFTA Games in Bermuda.

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“So I faced it and I’ve retired now but I know I need to continue working out.

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“I took some time off over Christmas but I really need to get back into it and I’m just trying to motivate myself now. My New Year’s resolution is to start training again and make it work and get back in shape.

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“To be honest I go a bit flat mentally if I’m not physically training – definitely. I get sleepy, it’s weird.

“Because normally I’m up and about and not taking time off, but when I’m not training that much I think I’m extra lazy so I sleep a lot and feel tired. The less I train the less energy I have.”

Bolt may be nursing an unfulfilled ambition and struggling with his New Year’s resolution, but in true Bolt style, he has moved on and is now in the Bahamas testing a possible new career.

With tens of millions tucked away after his successful athletics career and huge sporting endorsements, Bolt is going to try his hand at being a poker professional.

Now an ambassador for PokerStars and teaming up with Jumanji star and comic Kevin Hart, Bolt flew into the Bahamas at the weekend to take part in the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure tournament – one of the major annual events on the world’s poker map.

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Usain Bolt . Childhood & Early Life. Career . Bolt teamed up with a new coach named Glen Mills, in 2005. The latter tried his best to make Usain more professional than he was earlier.

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But that winning swagger that fans love so much is nowhere to be seen, because this is a new Bolt, unsure, nervous and facing being outstripped.

He said: “I’m 50/50 whether I’m actually going to play.

“I’m not the best poker player but I’m in training, I dabble around at my friends’ houses and I’ve never really played for proper money, we just use normal chips and stuff like that.

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“I wouldn’t ever have put in any big stakes so it’s kind of scary, it’s kind of scary to know what sort of money these guys are playing for in the big leagues. It’s millions. And millions.

“So yeah it’s a big deal and I’m learning, trying and I’m playing much more since I started working with PokerStars so it’s all good.

“For me it’s always good to branch out because people always tell you to stick to what you know.

“My friends play poker and I always played a bit, I dabbled so when I was approached by PokerStars, I was like, you know, why not?

“A number of people questioned why I’m doing this but I just said why not. It’s something that’ll be good for me, poker is something big and it’s a good thing to get the brand out there so I decided to go for it. For me it’s all about a bit of fun, enjoying life and also when I heard Kevin Hart was involved, I thought that’s going to be good fun. To get the opportunity to work with Kevin is a big deal for me.

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“I’m a huge fan and I follow him and watch him and now I get to do a lot of challenges. We did an ice bath challenge and just stepped into it while he stood on the outside. Well I had an advantage, it’s what I do for training. I’m used to it.”

He says those ice baths taught him a lesson, that if the challenge is one you want, it’s worth taking a deep breath and making a plan.

Bolt explained: “I know I’m the fastest man in the world but in order to do that I had to learn to slow down.

“My coach Glen Mills taught me that. I’d say he’s the person who has had most influence on me. I really have to give it to him. I mean, my dad Willis started off really helping me but my coach really was there for me.

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“He taught me everything about track and field and that helped me with life lessons too.

“One thing he always tried to tell me is that I need to take my time through life. He taught me that I do not need to rush anything, apart from moving after the starting pistol goes off.

“Because I used to be the type of person who would go fast in everything. I always want to do everything in a rush. But now I take everything more slowly but also I think hard about what I’m doing at all times.

“Naturally, I’m an impatient person but over time I sort of understood what he was saying. I’m very impatient – very, and to win I had to change.

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USAIN BOLT has held talks with Sir Alex Feguson over a sensational move to PLAY for Manchester United. Bolt sighed and shook his head when he found out it was 0-0 after an hour - then revealed his dream to help Jose Mourinho's cause.

“I’m surrounded by good people. And my agent Ricky Simms is Irish and we get on great. We get on with the Irish very well, it’s an island thing. But it was Glen who helped me to relax, he taught me to understand that the fast pace is not always the right pace and sometimes you’ve just got to slow it down.

“My impatience doesn’t come from anxiety, I’m not anxious, it’s just how I am as a person. It’s from my upbringing.

“My dad Willis is a stickler for timekeeping, that’s how he is, he’s always on time. He’d rather be five hours early than a minute late. That’s how my dad has always been and it’s habitual for me to be the same.

“That’s how I was brought up and so it’s a natural thing for me. If I was late my dad would be upset with me. Anything he’s doing I have to be early for it – anything.

“My mum Jennifer is fine, but our relationship is different. She’s the only person who can really make me cry. If mum’s not happy I’m not happy. If my mum gets sick or she not so happy, it upsets me and yeah, it makes me cry.

“My dad is a good guy too and for him it’s about he rules.

“If I was late for anything he would be disappointed in me because being late is not an option, it’s about manners, good manners and respect.

“My dad is a good guy, if you have manners and respect he’ll like you no matter who or what you are, anything else he can handle. But respect and manners – it’s the only way for him and I get it. Now I don’t like people being late.”

Bolt reveals the one other things the gets under his skin is people assuming he is arrogant.

He said: “People do assume that I’m cocky until they meet me.

“When they see me on the track after a race having fun, they’re like, look at him showing off.

“But they haven’t put in the work and this is what my fans like, and I have to do what my fans like.

“A lot of people who have met me and they’ve told me, you know what? I thought you were cocky but you’re a nice person. And I’m like, how did you come by that?

“You can never assume and you should never assume something about someone in life especially if you have never met them.”

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