Usain Bolt's coach Glen Mills has warned the triple Olympic champion may not be able to break his own world record again this summer -- due to the weather in London.
Bolt and his coach both believe the Jamaican flyer can better his 9.58 secs 100m world record and get under the 9.50 secs barrier, but the London Olympics may not be the place for that.
Mills feels the weather conditions expected in London will prevent Bolt from following up on his promise to amaze fans at the Olympics this summer.
"I don't believe it's impossible, but he would have to have the right conditions," said Mills. "I'm not sure if London is going to be kind. I am talking about the weather."
Bolt, who has been hampered by fitness problems since his world record run in Berlin in 2009, will race his first 100m of the season at the Jamaica International Invitational in Kingston a week on Saturday. Yohann Blake currently leads the world rankings with 9.90.
"Usain is in good condition, he's trained well," Mill...