KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) — Usain Bolt has plenty to work on and not much time to do it.
And that’s before he even starts thinking about the man who kept beating him at the Jamaican Olympic trials, Yohan Blake.
In the 100, it was the start. In the 200, it was the curve.
When Bolt awoke Monday morning, there were 33 days until the start of the 100-meter sprints at the London Olympics. The British sports books list him at 4-6 to win. He’s still a favorite to earn the “living legend” status he seeks at the upcoming games, but a much less prohibitive one than he was before trials began.