Bolt will bid to win 100-meter, 200 and 4x100 titles for a third straight Games, the fabled “Treble-Treble.”
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Shimmying amid a troupe of seminaked samba dancers and wise-cracking with journalists, Usain Bolt is determined to bow out of the Olympics with a flourish.It was a reminder of just what athletics will lose when Bolt walks away from the sport next year after the World Championships in London.Bolt is preparing to bow out as athletics reels from two of the biggest controversies in the sport's history, the Russian doping scandal and corruption allegations against the former leadership of the International Association of Athletics Federations.Even so, Bolt believes athletics has turned the corner. Bolt is set to face another duel against two-time convicted doping offender Justin Gatlin in both the 100 and the 200 in Rio.Gatlin, the owner of the fastest time in the world this year (9.80 seconds), could be the biggest threat to Bolt's hopes of defending all three of his crowns.
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