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KINGSTON, Jamaica - Reigning world and Olympic double individual sprint champion and world record-holder Usain Bolt is back at work in Jamaica ahead of next week's return to training.
Bolt started stretching and physical workouts on Monday at his training base at the University of West Indies Mona Campus, doing abdominal and push-ups exercises ahead of a planned return to running work next week.
"I was just trying to feel myself out," Bolt said.
The Beijing Olympic hero said he always enjoyed the "first day back" at training.
Bolt's coach Glen Mills said that these were the first steps toward a return to a full training regimen, which will not come for a couple weeks, until after a visit to the IAAF Gala in Monaco on November 22.
Bolt described the past season as "wonderful" after breaking his own world records from the Beijing Olympics to complete a world title double. The Jamaican star won the 100m in a world-record 9,58 seconds and the 200m in a world record 19,19sec at the IAAF World Championships in Berlin in August. - Sapa-AFP