Play video content Exclusive TMZSports.com Justin Gatlin vowed to retire after the 2020 Olympics, but the 38-year-old USA track star tells TMZ Sports plans change, ’cause he ain’t quittin’ before takin’ another crack at gold … thanks to some inspiration from Tom Brady. We talked to the LEGENDARY sprinter — who competed in the ’04, ’12, and ’16 Olympics and won 5 medals including a gold in the 100M in 2004 — and asked him straight-up, are you retiring?? Getty Nope … “The goal will be to compete in the 2021 Summer Olympics,” Gatlin tells us. “I think a lot of people think that time is against me or against older athletes in this situation, and it’s far from the truth.” Fact is, almost no track athletes remain elite into their late 30s. Usain Bolt retired at 31 years old … and lost to JG in is last race. So, Gatlin is a freak of nature. But, does JG really believe with the Olympics postponed a year — only months shy of his 40th bday — that he can realistically compete for ANOTHER gold medal? “My educated guess is yes, [I can win gold in 2021].” Gatlin continued … “It… Read full this story
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