Bolt holds the world record of 9.58 seconds in the 100 and 19.19 in the 200 – both set in Berlin in 2009.
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Usain Bolt is feeling no pressure in retirement, confident his best times can remain world records for decades. The only sprinter to capture the 100- and 200-meter track titles at three consecutive Olympics, Bolt retired last month after the world championships in London. Bolt's farewell major meet didn't go to plan in London.Bolt brushed off that notion.As for the next biggest star in track, Bolt said he doesn't see anyone at the moment who he expects will follow in his footsteps.Bolt said his country's young athletes will have to step up now that he's gone.As for the future, Bolt says he is interested in playing football and possibly settling down and getting married.
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