Quotes by Usain Bolt

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I stopped worrying about the start. The end is what's important. more...

Don't think about the start of the race, think about the ending. more...

For me he (Tendulkar) is one of the greatest cricketers more...

I am now a legend. I am also the greatest athlete to live. more...

In Jamaica, you learn as a child how to roll a joint. Everyone here has tried it. I did too more...

Easy is not a option..No days off..Never Quit..Be Fearless..Talent you have Naturally..Skill is only developed by hours and hours of Work more...

Cristiano is better than Messi, without a doubt. He's more of an all-round player more...

A lot of legends, a lot of people, have come before me. But this is my time. more...

I've learned over the years that if you start thinking about the race, it stresses you out a little bit. I just try to relax and think about video games, what I'm gonna do after the race, what I'm gonna do just to chill. Stuff like that to relax a little before the race. more...

There are better starters than me but I'm a strong finisher. more...

Manners is the key thing. Say, for instance, when you're growing up, you're walking down the street, you've got to tell everybody good morning. Everybody. You can't pass one person. more...

I've worked hard over the years, I've been injured and I've worked hard through it, and I've made it. more...

When people see your personality come out, they feel so good, like they actually know who you are. more...

I work hard, and I do good, and I'm going to enjoy myself. I'm not going to let you restrict me. more...

I don't think limits. more...

I'd like to say to all my fans out there, thanks for the support. And to all my doubters, thank you very much because you guys have also pushed me. more...

I know what I can do so it doesn't bother me what other people think or their opinion on the situation. more...

I was playing cricket first and my cricket coach was the one that introduced me to track and field. more...

For me, I'm focused on what I want to do. I know what I need to do to be a champion, so I'm working on it. more...

As long as I'm in great shape, nobody beats me, for sure. more...

I like to have fun, just stay relaxed. more...

People always say I'm a legend, but I'm not. Not until I've defended my Olympic titles. That's when I've decided I'll be a legend. more...

Yeah, I am lazy. There's no doubt about that. more...

If Queen Elizabeth knighthooded me and I would get the title Sir Usain Bolt. That sounds very nice. more...

I can't really live outside Jamaica. I can be away, but only for a while. more...

I think my acceleration is very good. That's the key for me. more...

I know what to do and I go and execute. more...

I really want to try soccer after I retire because I've watched football over the years and I think I could be a good contender. more...

Come on... when you're running, if you see you're going to win, you're going to celebrate. more...

If you think about racing too much you may just lose it a little bit. more...

I have dedicated my life to the 200m, I really love the 200m a lot. more...

There are things that bother me. I try not to let them, but they do. more...

If I get to be a legend, I've achieved my goal. more...

My name is Bolt, Lightning Bolt. more...

You do not want to get married at 22! Especially if you're famous, because girls are going to be throwing themselves at you. more...

All I have to do is to work on transition and technique. more...

It's always a wake-up call to get beaten. more...

But anybody who steps into the lane beside you is the biggest competition because they made it to the finals. more...

Repeating is harder than anything else. more...

Sometimes you lose sight of what's going on around you. more...

Track and field was very big when I was growing up. more...

I don't even like to go out onto the streets sometimes because I can't get anything done. People want pictures and autographs all the time. more...

You have good days and bad days. more...

Every season, for me, it's like starting from scratch again. more...

I don't know the history of my sport. I'm not like those people who know everything. more...

I would rather be lying in a bed than changing one. more...

I will run against anybody. more...

My coach told me if I broke the national record for the 200, I could run a 100. more...

You can get beat any day. more...

Once a year I will clean my room, just because I feel I should. more...

My brother is really, really slow. more...

I remember once, actually the first race I ran, I fell. more...

I try to lead by example. more...

If you're the Olympic champion then they have to wait four more years to get you again. more...

It's a great feat for me to have broken my world record. more...

But if I keep my core and back strong, the scoliosis doesn't really bother me. more...

I have matured a lot. more...

I don't like losing anyways. more...

I don't put myself under pressure. more...

I don't read a lot of books. more...

I don't think about records. more...

I just love dancing. more...

I really don't have a favorite meal. I eat anything. more...

I wouldn't say I'm a phenomenon, just a great athlete. more...

My hunger is always there. more...

People like to see showdowns. more...

Where I'm from, there is no violence, pretty much. more...

My relationship with everyone in Jamaica is good. more...

I like music a lot. more...

No matter who you are, no matter what you're doing, no matter how focus you are, no matter how ready you think you? are, you're not gonna catch me more...

I told you all I was going to be No. 1, and I did just that. more...

I just imagine all the other runners are big spiders, and then I get super scared, more...

When I'm at the gym, I think about chicks, going to the beach, and looking good. I do it for the girls. more...

A few people have said I should let you win more...

I've got everything I wanted so I'm just happy. more...

Believe in your dreams and that anything is possible. more...

I want to thank GOD for everything he as done for me cause without him none of this wouldn't be possible. more...

Each training session I'm getting better and better. I have no other duties now, no worries, it's all about training, eating and sleeping. I have a lot more time and can put a lot more effort into training. I'm feeling better every day. As long as I'm feeling myself I'm definitely in no doubt I can go to the Olympics and win. more...

It was not perfect but I'm very happy. It could have been better, but I'm now looking forward to my second race of the season. more...

The important thing was that I got the win. It's good for confidence and the season. more...

I have to move on now as there is no point to dwell on the past. I have a few days to refocus and get ready for the 200 meters on Friday. After this I have the 4100-meter and a few other races before the end of the season. more...

Worrying gets you nowhere. If you turn up worrying about how you're going to perform, you've already lost. Train hard, turn up, run your best and the rest will take care of itself. more...

Sleep is extremely important to me - I need to rest and recover in order for the training I do to be absorbed by my body more...

Racing comes easily to me, especially the 100 metres. That is why, no matter how fast I run the run the 100 metres, the 200 will always mean more to me, because of the effort I've put in. more...

As long as I'm in good shape, you'll always see me smiling. more...

I know what I can do, so I never doubt myself. more...

When I was young, I didn't really think about anything other than sports. more...

When I played football, I liked being a goalkeeper or a midfielder. I was probably better at cricket. I would be a very good cricketer if I was a professional now. I think I would probably have been the best, in fact. more...

There are so many Jamaican people here in London, it's going to be like being at home for me. more...

I can still improve a lot, but there is definitely a limit to what the human body can do. more...

Messi or Cristiano - Speed? Cristiano. Shot? Cristiano. Dribbling? Messi. Intelligence? Messi. Talent? Messi. Winner is Messi! more...

I just want to push the barriers and see what I can do and how far I can go. I am just determined and driven. more...

Surprisingly, maybe the place I get recognised the least is the United States. America is not so big on track and field. Some recognise me there but lots don't. more...

Since they came in with the selfie, it's the worst thing. You hardly ever get asked for autographs any more. It's always selfies. more...

When I was younger I always wanted to impress, to be good for my country, to make them feel good, and sometimes that meant I didn't focus on myself enough. I learned I had to put myself first. And it's fine because I want for me the same thing that they want for me, which is to win. more...

I love competing. I am so competitive. I definitely need to win because I hate losing. I am the type who if I know I will lose I won't compete. more...

The older I get, the less I am bothered by talk like that. I have total faith in my coach [Yohan Blake], total faith. more...

I leaned too early. I was running, I looked across, I realised I was going to win - the thought I was on for a world record entered my mind - I reached for the line when I should have stayed straight. more...

My diet is much better. I eat what I have to. The older you get, the better you get at making sacrifices. more...

I have learned that if this is what I am going to do, and do it well, then I have to avoid drinking. more...

The hard part for me is rest. I am a person who stays up late. If I go to bed early, I don't sleep, but I know I have to rest. That is always a struggle for me. more...

The clubs, that's easy to cut out, because I know when the season ends I can look forward to going out. more...

The more success I have with track and field the bigger my brand is. So I would say I'm more of a brand now, trying to build for the future. more...

Politics is tricky, especially in Jamaica. There are two parties, JLP [Jamaica Labour Party] and PNP [People's National Party], and if I went for one, I would upset supporters of the other. I stay as far from politics as I can. more...

I don't go to church so much, but I do believe in God and I understand the consequences of faith. more...

I was always brought up to believe in Him [God], and to behave in certain ways. That is what my parents taught me and I always trust my parents. They have great values. more...

I play football every Tuesday and Thursday early in the season. I am smart enough at the game. I score a lot of goals. I wouldn't be the best in the world but I am OK. more...

I have just accepted certain things and it makes it easier. I accept I will get injured. I accept I cannot win every race. I work hard to decrease the chances of those things happening but I accept they will happen. A lot of people don't accept it. They get injured, they go crazy. more...

Every season something happens so I programme that in; something will happen. more...

I swim when I am injured. What the best guys do is so hard. Michael Phelps is the best. more...

I can't watch a [Floyd] Mayweather fight. I don't find it exciting. I used to watch boxing in the [Michael] Tyson era when it was exciting. Now it's all bob and weave, a punch here and there. It is not entertaining. more...

I have to show who I am, play with the crowd, play with the camera. When people come to a race, part of it is the anticipation, "What is he going to do?" more...

I was not stressing about what other people wanted. I put myself first. more...

I try to focus and compete and do positive things for the sport. more...

When people contact me on Instagram or Facebook, kids and adults, who say, "You're an inspiration. You make me want to work hard to achieve my goals." If I can still do that after I retire that makes me feel good. more...

One of the things we're trying to do more of is not just take money from corporate partnerships, but get more involved in the business side for when I retire. So Puma are going to make me an ambassador for life. I have a clothing line coming out. I am investing a lot in housing in Jamaica, buildings for rent. more...

I've noticed in England once people reach a certain level they feel they have to get married. more...

There is no stress. I live my life, I enjoy it and when I am comfortable I can get married. more...

We're not like the distance guys. I have a very simple approach. I don't overcomplicate. People ask me, are you doing 42 steps, 44 steps for 100 metres? I don't know. more...

I don't have a clue. These things don't bother me. I think about the technical stuff but not how many steps or what my heart rate is. more...

I remember when I was 14, I went to race in Hungary, and I went to a concert, and they were playing Bob Marley songs, and I thought, "Wow, this guy is so special." It's Marley every time. more...

I don't listen to music before a race - my coach doesn't like it, he thinks I might lose my focus and concentration. more...

At the end of the season, I normally get some time off training and can go on vacation and enjoy myself. more...

I try not to eat too much fast food but still go for hot wings occasionally. As I get older, I have to pay more attention to my diet. My favorite food is jerk pork. more...

Rihanna, Beyonce and Nicki Minaj - we may not win, but we would have a lot of fun [in 4x400m relay team]. more...

Unfortunately, I don't usually get to see much outside the Olympics as I compete almost every day. I have been to Rio a few times and got a tour of the sites. It is a spectacular city. more...

I always support Argentina. I watched a lot of the European Championships but wasn't supporting one team. I knew some players in a few of the teams and was just seeing how they played. It was nice for Ronaldo to win with Portugal. more...

I looked up to Don Quarrie and Michael Johnson when I was younger. They were the best in the 200m which was my main event growing up. more...

I had thought that I would stop in 2017, but my coach has told me to stop saying that as I may continue into 2018. I'm not thinking about it at the moment. more...

I want to stay involved in athletics; I want to encourage kids to take part and try to grow the sport. more...

I have to move on now as there is no point to dwell on the past. I have a few days to refocus and get ready for the 200 meters on Friday. After this I have the 4&215;100-meter and a few other races before the end of the season. more...

I'm just looking forward to accomplishing my goals. My two biggest goals are defending my title and to winning. It would be a full accomplishment if I can get that done. That is what I am looking forward to. more...

I still have the drive. I just want to push the barriers and see what I can do and how far I can go. I am just determined and driven. more...

For me, time is everything, because from the time you wake up you have to have your heart and soul in this. You have to work through the day, you have to go to the gym, you have to eat, and yet you have to work as fast as possible to get home and get rest before the next day begins again. more...

We Jamaicans are not so much stressed about time, you know, but you have to stay on top of it. And, of course, on the track, every time we go on the track, it is all about the seconds and the fractions of a second that count." more...

Rio would be my last Olympics. more...

I think the sport needs the help to continue to motivate athletes. more...

You have to get to the worst to get better. more...

If I can stay [involved] with the sport, we can find different ways to motivate people and preach to them and explain to them that all they need is dedication to the sport. more...

Everyone has the right to their own opinion. more...

If you feel strongly about something and you want to voice your opinion, I feel it's your right, so, that's how I look at it because that's how life is. more...

I stay as far away from politics as possible, or any controversy. more...

I try to live my life to the best, but I just always preach that you should just work hard and do your best. more...

There's a lot of great Olympians, but for me, I try to prove myself as one of the best - and that's the key thing. more...

I want to be one of the greatest athletes ever to live, not only in track and field, but in all of general sport. more...

My favorite thing is always wings. That is my guilty pleasure. more...

I actually had nuggets and mostly Asian food when I was at the Olympics. But as soon as I got back to Jamaica, or when I was in London, I had a lot of wings. That was the first thing I asked for - "Hey, get me some wings." more...

I never single out any one competitor. I treat all my rivals equally. more...

I am doing what I do [athletics] because the fans love it and it's a part of me, it's my personality. I think people come to see you run fast, but they also come to see a show, a performance. They want to see a personality, and that's what I give them. more...

Women always find you out when you lie. Always. No matter what, they always find out. They're like detectives. more...

I think sometimes, when you're on top and all you do is win, win, win, win, win, you get lazy and lose focus. When you lose it opens your eyes and you get serious. There is always a time when it is good to lose, at the right time for you. more...

You can't really give away anything in your book ... should be exciting, it's my life, and I'm a cool and exciting guy. more...


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