Usain Bolt plans to hang up his cleats after the 2016 Olympics.
But the Jamaican sprinter, who spoke ahead of his final race this season in the 100-meter dash at Friday's Van Damme Memorial in Brussels, said he still has plenty he wants to accomplish between now and his retirement.
That would include improving on his world record in the 200 meters, possibly winning a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games, and, of course, collecting more Olympic gold in Rio de Janeiro.
“So far, [it] is after the Olympics in Rio,” Bolt said of retirement. “I think if I am in great shape, I'll go there and do what I have to do. I think it will be a good time to retire on top.”