Former Olympic athlete Carl Lewis, who managed to bag four Gold medals at the LA games in 1986, has given Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt some words of advice, as he attempts to equal the record with four Gold medals at the London 2012 Olympics. Carl told Usain that there is only so much preparation you can do for the relay events, as your team mates also hold your fate in their hands.
Lewis explained, "Every event is not guaranteed. When I went in to win the 100m, which is the toughest one, it was such a relief to get that out of the way. But then you have to go back and long jump well under the conditions, you have to run all the 200metres, you have to run the relay and you can't afford anyone to drop the baton."
He added, "Being from America, I'll warn him that the 4x400m is going to be pretty tough. I don't remember when we last lost that. But I think that people should try to set goals and try to achieve them and really focus on being the best they can be. So I wish the best to anyone who is trying to do multiple events, it's great for the sport.” Usain Bolt will be attempting to win Gold medals in the 100m, 200m, 4x100m and 4x400m, when the London 2012 Olympics take place this summer.