|It was written in the Jamaica Observer, that, in the new book "My Story 9.58 - Being the World's Fastest Man", written by Usain Bolt himself and published by Ian Randle, Bolt is talking about a long term goal which aim the 2011 World championship in Korea and 2012 Olympic Games in London. He said that the 9.4 should be done in these two major championships, at 25 years old.
In another hand, Bolt was talking about his technique and what his coach think it is wrong and should be improved: his start and like he said, his worst habit looking from side to side. Bolt has improved from 9.72 to 9.69 then to 9.58 and now he still believe he can run 9.4 if he work hard. knowing the limit of the human body, he don't think that any human can run below 9.4, but he intend to be the first man to run under 19s on the 200m not knowing the limits at this distance.
In my point of view, beside Bolt's character that we all know on the track, and the joyful youngman, the "loss" that he had to face against Tyson Gay, have given him a new reflection about what he is there for. When you read this book, you see Usain Bolt as a mature person. One day, I saw a report on Bolt and his family where his mom said that he don't like to lose and when he did, he returns back home crying. In that book, Bolt said: "I'm not going to let anyone take my titles away". This new competitively between Bolt, Gay and Powell will let Usain go faster and faster, and motivate him to preserve his titles and maybe, improve for the 4th time the 100m World Record.