20 Sep 2013

Bolt says he wouldn't run the double if he competes in Glasgow next year

2:43 pm on 20 September 2013

Jamaican sprint star Usain Bolt says he would probably only run the 200 metres if he decides to compete at next year's Commonwealth Games.

The six-time Olympic champion hopes to participate in Glasgow, but will discuss it with his coach Glen Mills.

27-year-old Bolt says it's on his to-do list, however the 100-200 double probably would be unlikely.

The Jamaican has never won a Commonwealth medal.

Bolt came to prominence with victory in the 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and did the same in London four years later.

He now aims to complete the 'treble treble' by winning all three disciplines at the 2016 Games in Rio to cement his legend status.

Bolt is considering putting plans to end his career after the next Olympics on hold to run at the 2017 World Championships in London.