Jamaican star sprinter Usain Bolt has insisted he is looking to become a “legend” at the Olympic Games in London.
The 25-year-old is preparing for the 100m finals, in which he is 8/11 to claim gold with bookmaker, as well as the 200m race.
Olympic champion Bolt has had recent injuries to deal with but admits he is now looking forward to getting started.
He said: “This is the moment that is going to define my entire life.
“A lot of people say I am a legend, but this is going to define me as a legend.
“I think I am probably 95% fit but I am in great shape.”