Usain Bolt has revealed that his preparation for the 2012 season and Olympic Games is going well and he is injury free.
The Jamaican sprinter will be looking to defend his 100m and 200m titles in London in the summer and everything appears to be going well.
Speaking to the BBC Bolt said: “My preparations have been good this fall [autumn], 2012 is going to be a great year!"
"I am injury free, working hard and everything is going according to plan.
Despite winter training going well Bolt has admitted that we will not be seeing him on the international stage until June when he will run in Oslo.
He will compete in the 100m event just six week before he is set to defend his titles in London but he will be running in races in Jamaica.
"There is only around six weeks to go to the London Olympics after this race and there is no doubt it will be surrounded by an enormous amount of interest."
Four years ago Bolt won the two sprint title with world records before going on to win a third gold in the 4x100m relay.
He will be the favourite going into both sprint events but he was disqualified after a false start in the 100m at the world championships last summer.
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