Gatlin believes the 30-year-old could one day find a return impossible to resist.
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Usain Bolt could be tempted to reverse his decision to retire from athletics after next month's world championships, his American sprint rival Justin Gatlin said Friday.The great Jamaican, who has won eight Olympic and 11 world championship gold medals, is planning to quit the track after competing in the 100-meter and 4x100-meter relay in the global event in London.However, Gatlin, who was beaten by Bolt in the last two world championship 100 and 200-meter finals and at last year's Olympics in Rio, believes the 30-year-old could one day find a return impossible to resist.A five-time European champion, Farah has not been beaten in a major track championship since the world indoor championships in March 2012 .
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