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Published on Aug 11, 2012
Usain Bolt, commanding the spotlight as usual, finished up the last session of track Saturday night at the London Olympics by finishing up the Jamaican 4x100-meter relay team's world-record performance and finishing up his second Olympics by winning his sixth gold medal in six tries.
"I've thought about it," he said when asked about competing in Rio de Janeiro at the 2016 Olympics. "I think it is going to be very hard. Yohan (Blake, his 22-year-old star teammate) is coming through and I'm sure a lot of the other young guys are coming up, so I will see what happens in four years."
He said he was done setting goals for now.
"Right now, I have no goals," he said. "We'll have a meeting (with his coach) in October to decide what we're going to do for next season. Right now, it's all enjoyment for me. I've done what I've come here to do."