Usain Bolt wants to make history at third Olympics

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Bolt wants to keep making history

Olympic and world champion Usain Bolt says he wants to make history again by winning 100m and 200m gold at a third consecutive Olympic games.

Bolt won both the sprint events in Beijing in 2008 and defended his titles in London four years later.

Speaking at a training event in New York, the 29-year-old Jamaican says he is fit and is currently focused on next year's World Championships in Beijing.

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