RIO DE JANEIRO - Jamaican sprint legend Usain Bolt insisted his sights were set on an unprecedented "triple-triple" at next year's Rio Olympics, with a new world record in the 200m also a major goal. "The 200m (world record) is definitely on the 'to-do list' for me, so I'm really focused on getting that done." Bolt is a six-time Olympic champion, having won the sprint double of the 100 and 200m in Beijing in 2008 and London, while also garnering two golds as part of the all-conquering Jamaican 4x100m relay squad. He also holds the world records for the 100 and 200m, and anchored the record-setting relay team. "It's the Olympics, it's the biggest stage, so the opposition will be tough and it will be extremely exciting, and the possibility of a world record is always there," said Bolt.