You’re the fastest man being on Earth. No,
the quickest human being on the planet. You’ve beaten them all. What challenges are left?
Well, how about a bus? An unusual match up certainly for Usain Bolt, but man and machine
going head-to-head in the Argentine capital Buenos Aires. The Jamaican Olympic champion
limbers up, taking the test seriously. We don’t know how the bus prepared maybe putting
it at a disadvantage. As might putting more than one person in it. Nobody strapping a
spare body to Bolt’s back. Poor old number 59. And they’re off. Bolt more jogging than sprinting, and still
winning with ease much to the seeming general indifference of the crowd. Afterwards Bolt
insisting he still has the hunger to win and will be heading to Rio in three years time
to defend his Olympic titles, for an unprecedented second time. One of my main goals is to go to the Rio Olympics,
as I was saying, to do it again. To defend my titles and it’s never been done three times
so, for me, that’s me trying to set the bar as high as possible. To just push the barrier.
So, that’s my main goal but throughout the seasons I always set different goals for myself
until I get to Rio. And then Bolt beats some people as well, making
short work of fellow Jamaicans Mario Forsythe, Kimmari Roach and Daniel Bailey in a 120 metre
sprint. The bus not even invited to take part.