Retired Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt from Jamaica speaks during a press conference around the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, at Broadbeach on the Gold Coast on April 12, 2018. / AFP / Fran
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Usain Bolt sometimes still can't quite believe what he achieved in his career but back at the Commonwealth Games as a spectator Thursday, the former sprint champion was happy to avoid the perspiration and just act as an inspiration to others.A relay gold medalist at the 2014 Commonwealths in Glasgow, the Jamaican said he was busier than ever after last year's retirement and focused, in the sporting arena at least, entirely on his nascent career as a footballer."I'm not linked to Manchester United, hopefully in the future".Although he only competed once at the quadrennial gathering of mainly former British colonies, Bolt said there had always been a reason for his absences and he viewed it as a "very important" event.
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