Usain Bolt aiming at 9.4 second Olympic run
Usain Bolt has said he wants to smash the 100 metres record in the Olympics again, claiming a time of 9.4 seconds is possible.
And he also has his eyes on running the 200 metres in 19 seconds.
The Jamaican sprinter told BBC Sport: "People are looking forward to me running 9.4, 19 seconds, anything that's amazing."
"So I'm working as hard as possible so I can go as fast as possible."
Bolt said he knew people wanted to see him perform and set new record times, while he is motivated by the thought of becoming "a living legend".
Fans enjoying London 2012 hospitality may be particularly keen to see the great athlete in action.
Usain Bolt holds the world record at 9.58 seconds and set a new Olympic record in Beijing at 9.69 seconds, despite showboating in the final metres when he knew he would win the race.
By Ted Walker