Kingston: World 100 and 200-metre record holder Usain Bolt was pleased with his fitness improvement on Saturday after winning a 400-metre heat in his first individual race of the year.
The 28-year-old Jamaican sprint star won in 46.37 seconds at the Foster Classic in Kingston and said after the race that he is happy with his conditioning and coach Glen Mills appears to be as well.
"It's coming on," Bolt said of his fitness.
"I think I am doing pretty well in training. The coach is happy as far as I can tell." Two weeks ago, Bolt ran the anchor leg for the Racers Lions team at the Gibson Relays in Kingston to open his 2015 campaign.
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