(Poll) Will Usain Bolt break a world-record at the Olympics?

Out of all the competitors competing in London this summer, one man in particular will stand out above the rest. That man will of course be Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt, who will be training at the University of Birmingham alongside his team-mates before the Olympics begin.

Bolt ran 9.69s in the 100m final at the 2008 Olympics

Out of all the competitors competing in London this summer, one man in particular will stand out above the rest. That man will of course be Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt, who will be training at the University of Birmingham alongside his team-mates before the Olympics begin.

Four years ago, Bolt stunned the world by running 9.69s in the 100m final, 19.3s in the 200m, and by helping his country win the relay as well, all in world record times.

With scientists believing Bolt could have ran 9.55s in the final had he not started celebrating early, there is reason to believe he can once again wow crowds when he faces up against the other quickest men in the world,

The question we want to know, though, is do you believe Bolt will break a world record this time around? Let us know in our poll below and see whether everyone else is agreeing with you or not.

Will Usain Bolt break a world record at the Olympics? (Article: http://redbrick.me/48337)

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Joel Lamy



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7th June 2012 at 8:44 pm

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7th June 2012 at 8:44 pm



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