• Blake eager to better his 19.26 personal best in Brussels
World champion from Osaka and double Olympic silver medalist from London, Jamaican Yohan Blake is looking forward to beat his best mark in 200m. Last year in Brussels Blake shocked the world when he clocked a staggering 19.26 seconds in 200m race.
Athlete says he is in very good shape, and with a help of 50000 track fans, plus good weather conditions his record might fall. Brussels track is another factor that may help Blake to improve his mark, since several top times in the world have been produced there in the past.
"I kept my body in good condition for this moment to finish the season on a high,". "My 200 metres is getting much, much better," Blake said. "I feel like I just started in a way."
Blake's 9.69 seconds in 100m he set 2 weeks ago in Lausanne, Switzerland ,says that his post Olympic form is getting better. He is tie with American Tyson Gay for second place in 100m all time list.
"My 200 metres is getting much, much better," Blake said. "I feel like I just started in a way."
Blake's 200m best time is only 0.07 seconds slower than Bolts world record 19.19.