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The moment Usain Bolt doubted his retirement, ‘I wasn’t happy’

This year, the world’s fastest man attended the Commonwealth Games not as an athlete, but as a guest.

He reveals to Ross Greenwood the one moment which made him second-guess his retirement.

Watching the Jamaican team lose to England and South Africa in the 4 x 100m relay, Usain says he “wasn’t happy.”

“I think watching them, especially in the sprints because we always dominate the sprints, and not see them dominate… I wasn’t happy.

“[Being] retired did cross my mind.”

As much as Usain wished he was back on the track, he says it’s time for him to move on and focus on “new challenges”.

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And what do those challenges entail?

Well, hot sauce for one.

Usain has teamed up with Coles to release a range of hot sauces.

“I’ve always wanted my own hot sauce.

“I want a new challenge. For me, it was a no-brainer,” he says.

The new product launches this week and they’re set to fly off the shelves faster than the great man can run.

Image: Usain Bolt Twitter

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