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Usain Bolt samba dancing towards the treble treble. I'm Reuters reporter Tim Hart and I've just interviewed the world's fastest man, Usain Bolt. He's here in Rio aiming to get the treble treble. That's winning the 100 meters, the 200 meters, and the 4 by 100 meters. He did it Beijing in 2008, London 2012 and he wants to do it again in Rio.
No man has ever done it before but his main aim is to try and break the 200 meter record, his very own, and try and get below 19 seconds.>> I think that's one of my biggest goals and I think I want to go out there. I think that's the hardest one to try to break a world record and actually run from 19 so I think that's my focus and that's what I really want so I'm just gonna do my best.
>> Ahead of this Olympics the main talking point has been doping and using main rival Justin Gatlin. He's failed two doping bans in his career and he has also been in the build up to this olympics. So I asked him, what did he feel about Gatlin's comments?>> I've a lot of things to say but my coach told me to not comment, so just leave it alone, So I'm gonna leave it alone, or leave that one alone.
>> I mean, have you seen him
] it, or>> No, I haven't seen him.>> And if you see him in the final, are you gonna say, what you gonna do in->> I don't need to say anything. I always talk with my performance and that's what I've done over the years, proving myself year after year no matter who's in the finals so for me it's all about my performance.
I'm gonna have to prove myself and just talk with my performance