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Approaching one year to go until the Tokyo Olympics, double individual world record holder and now-retired Jamaican sprint legend Usain Bolt said he is thrilled to be coming to Japan for the sporting extravaganza, even if he is no longer considered “the fastest man alive.”

In an exclusive interview with Kyodo News, the world record holder over 100 and 200 meters said, “I think (Tokyo) will be a great Olympic Games. I love coming to Japan and am sure they will do a great job hosting the world next year.”

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