The world's fastest man looks set to return to the Olympic Stadium in Stratford this summer, a year after he won three gold medals at the London Olympics. Usain Bolt's agent has said that negotiations have been taking place to ensure the sprinter will compete at the London Anniversary Games in July.
Bolt has not competed at a non-Olympic event in Britain for four years because UK tax rules mean it would have cost him money to compete here. However, Chancellor George Osborne has decided that the Anniversary Games will be exempt. The Games will take place on July 26 and 27.