Usain Bolt’s record beatable – Oduduru

Divine Oduduru

U.S. based Nigerian track and field sprinter Divine Oduduru says that Usain Bolt has set an uneasy record but believes anything is possible.

Oduduru who holds a Personal Best of 9.86 seconds in the 100m and a Nigerian national record of 19.73 seconds in the 200m.

Bolt also won three Olympic gold medals at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London. He ran the men’s 100-meter race in 9.63 seconds, a new Olympic record, making him the first man in history to set three world records in Olympic competition.

He made history again at the 2016 Summer Games in Rio when he won gold in the 100-meter and 200-meter race and 4×100-meter relay, completing a “triple-triple,” earning three gold medals at three consecutive Olympics for a total of 9 gold medals throughout his Olympic career.

“Blt has set an uneasy record that people often say cannot be broken, Divine Oduduru said in a chat with OJBSports.

The Ugheli-born runner said his target is to run at the 100meters race in the Olympics and win a medal but did not mention for which country.

“I am only able to fulfill that which God has destined me to achieve, I don’t believe anything is impossible. I am going to say people should watch out for me and see what happens”

“My target is to win 100 and 200 meters in the Olympics,” he concluded.

Oduduru was five times an African Junior Champion, 200-meter World Junior Silver Medalist, 2016 Rio Olympic 200-meter Qualifier, and semi-finalist.

In age category competitions, he was a twice-champion at the African Youth Athletics Championships, a five-time African Junior Champion in the sprints and the 200m silver medalist at the 2014 World Junior Championships.

He represented his country as a senior athlete at the 2014 Commonwealth Games and 2014 African Championships in Athletics, before winning a 200m silver medal at the 2015 African Games.

Divine Oduduru is a two-time Nigerian national champion and is a four-time NCAA champion in American collegiate competition, running for the Texas Tech Red Raiders.

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