Bolt unfazed despite two shockers from Blake
Before last weekend, the 25-year-old had not been beaten even once in four years - bar a disqualification for a false start once - but left the Jamaica Olympic trials with two defeats in three days, after twice faltering before training partner Yohan Blake.
Bolt remained positive ahead of the Olympics starting July 27, and was insistent he could turn around his form in time, reports Caribbean Media Corporation.
"I'm the Olympic champion. I have to show the world I'm the best. I can come back," he said.
"It's not like I was blown away or anything. So now, I know what I need to do to get it right."
Blake stunned Bolt for the first time last Friday night, clocking a world-leading 9.75 seconds to win the 100 metres.
Bolt recovered from a terrible start to finish second in 9.86 seconds.
Blake, the 100 metres World champion, returned Sunday night to shock Bolt for the second time, clocking another world-leading time of 19.80 seconds to win the 200 metres.
Bolt was relegated to second in 19.83.
He remains the favourite going into the London Games but pundits are already eyeing Blake as the man who could make the headlines at the July 27-August 12 world athletics showpiece.
Despite last weekend developments, Bolt said he would not be changing his preparation.
"I never train for one person. Everyone is talking about Yohan Blake and he is proving himself as one of the greatest," said the reigning Olympic champion in both 100m and 200m.
"But for me, it's going back to training, getting back to work and getting done what I've got to get done."
Assam, Feb 22 (ANI): These youngsters have gathered at the Jorhat Districts Sports Association Field to participate in a recruitment rally b... More Assam, Feb 22 (ANI): These youngsters have gathered at the Jorhat Districts Sports Association Field to participate in a recruitment rally being conducted by the Indian Army. Thousands of youth from different districts of Assam as well as from Arunachal Pradesh took part in the process. Through this recruitment drive, hundreds of people will be selected and absorbed into the different regiments of the Indian Army. The army officials were impressed by the large turnout. The Indian army and other security forces regularly conduct such recruitment programmes in the region with an aim to increase the presence of youth from the Northeast in the armed forces.
Date 22-02-14, Duration 1:54, Views 40