The new public protector says she will leave the dispute over the state capture report prepared by h.
SEOUL - Usain Bolt says he expects to run a "very fast time" at a South Korean meet next week.
The Jamaican arrived in South Korea on Saturday to compete in the 100m in the southeastern city of Daegu on Wednesday.
Yonhap news agency reported Bolt as saying "it will be a very fast time" and that he will run "as hard as always". Bolt shaved 0,03 seconds off his own world record by running 9,69 at the Beijing Olympics. He then shattered that mark by timing 9,58 at last year's world championships in Berlin.
Asked how low he could take the record, the three-time Olympic gold medallist said "no one knows their limit". Daegu is host of the 2011 athletics worlds. - Sapa-AP