Sprint legend Usain Bolt has stated that he will not be returning to race in the UK until the country changes its tax laws.

The Jamaican sprinter referred to a law that sees him taxed on global sponsorship and endorsement earnings as well as any appearance fee, levied at the 50 per cent higher earning rate when he competes in Britain.

“As soon as the law changes I’ll be here all the time. I love being here, I have so many Jamaican fans here and it’s wonderful,” the Daily Express quoted Bolt, as saying.

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