• Usain Bolt lands in Rio de Janeiro

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World's fastest man, Usain Bolt, has arrived in Rio more than two weeks before his first race the 100m heats.

Bolt, who landed in Rio on Wednesday afternoon will join Jamaican track and field team camp to continue his preparation for the 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay.

Having won six golds at previous two Olympics, Bolt's main aim at these Olympics is to defend his Olympics titles.

Here is Usain Bolt's Olympic Schedule (Times Local)

August 13 - 100m Preliminary rounds at 12:00pm

August 13 - 100m heats at 10:40pm

August 14 - 100m Semi-Final at 9:00pm

August 14 - 100m Final at 10:25pm

August 16 - 200m heats at 11:50am

August 17 - 200m semi-final at 10:00pm

August 18 - 4x100m heat at 11:40am

August 18 - 200m final - 10:30pm

August 19 - 4x100m Final at 10:35pm

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