Usain Bolt Plans to Run Sub 10.00 at 'Mano a Mano' challenge in Rio de Janeiro

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World's Fastest  man Usain Bolt expects to break 10.00 second barrier in 100m on Sunday, August 17 at the promotional 'Mano a Mano' challenge in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.


On Sunday Bolt will compete on a specially built track at Copacabana Beach facing some of the world's fastest sprinters in the 100m.

In the pre meet press conference Bolt said that he "felt pretty running in the Commonwealth games" where he helped Jamaican 4x100m squad to win the gold and that at the race on Sunday  he "should run" under10 second marker 

World  record holder in 100m, 200m and 4x100m, Bolt,  also said that he is looking forward to coming to the 2016 Rio Olympics next year to try to "push my legend status to a higher level."

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