London, Aug 13(ANI): Track legend Usain Bolt has admitted repeating his Beijing and London Games' heroics at the 2016 Rio De Janeiro Olympics would be very hard for him.
The sprint superstar anchored the final leg of Jamaica's 4x100m win on Saturday, but suggested that his coach wants him to try running the full 400m on his own.
When asked what was next for a man who has world records in all forms of sprinting, the Jamaican sprinter said he wanted to 'continue pushing barriers'.
"For me, as a person, I like to push the barriers, to do things that no one has ever done before, because it sets you off from different people, it sets you off from everybody else. That's why I change the game, I like to mess around, do fun stuff.," The Telegraph quoted Bolt, as saying.
"I think at the age of 30, it's going to be hard to do great things then, but for me, I am going to enjoy the moment. I did what I came here to do, so I am happy with myself," he added.
When asked about his chances to create an Olympic treble of gold medals, Bolt replied: "I think that the possibility is there but it's going to be very hard to do that because these young guys are coming up. Yohan Blake, he is going to be 26 then and he's going to be in great shape so it's going to be hard to really do that." (ANI)