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´╗┐Bolt gets his running shoes for finale in London Usain Bolt says he chooses 100 metres because it's easier to run than 200 at world championships and insists he's never backed down from a challenge in his career. "The 100 (metres) is easier. I mean it is as simple as that, you know what I mean? If I'm running 200 metres it's going to be a lot of work and it's a good thing because I think if it was a 200 metres that I was running and then the whole Germaine situation happened then it would be harder because there now. it would be really bad, you know what I mean?" REPORTER, ASKING: "And this is not a case of being scared of Wayde (van Niekerk) or (Andre) DeGrasse in the 200?" "(LAUGHS) Have I ever backed down from a challenge in my entire career? I've never. One thing I strive on is competition. I nike j rod live to compete against the best, you know I mean? This is what I want, this is what excites me in track and field. The faster you run the more I want to compete against you, so that's it and Wayde is running good but it just came at a bad time time I didn't know he was going to decide to run the 200 metres this season at the championship, you know what I mean. So it was just one of those things." STORY: Just in the unlikely case that the world of athletics did not know what they will be missing once Usain Bolt walks away in less than two weeks, the Jamaican superstar's final eve of race news conference rammed home the message on Tuesday (August 1). These events have become part and parcel of every global championship and though Tuesday's version in east London lacked the dancing girl razzmatazz of his Rio welcome last year, it scored heavily on nostalgia as every aspect of his stellar career was raked over anew. After the big show in central London, Bolt told Reuters in one nike zoom all out low of his last interviews before the IAAF world championships in London that he is ready to retire and enjoy life a bit more. Bolt will be on the track for his 100 metre heat on Friday (August 4) The eight times Olympic champion will compete in the 100 metres and the 4x100 metre relay but not his favourite 200 metres. When asked if it was because he was scared of losing to Wayde van Niekerk or Andre DeGrasse, Bolt scoffed at the suggestion saying he had never backed down from a challenge in his career. Since winning another three gold medals at the Rio Olympics last year Bolt has endured a tough time his close friend Germaine Mason suddenly died earlier this year and he also lost one of his 2008 Olympic 4x100 metre gold after his team mate Nesta Carter tested positive for doping. Bolt admitted he has suffered a difficult year but he's focused and confident of adding to his gold medal haul in London. Bolt went nike shoes black on to say that he believes Van Niekerk will be the next athlete to beat and possibly even take over Bolt's mantle as biggest name in track and field. While fans and the sport's administrators will miss Bolt enormously, those lamenting his departure most of all will probably be his chief sponsor Puma, the German sportswear manufacturer which has shod him and ridden his glory for a decade while the rest of the sport has largely been dominated by rivals Adidas and Nike. Learn more about Thomson Reuters products: