Jamaica's most decorated female athlete Veronica Campbell-Brown says she is not done yet.
The ace sprinter got bronze in the 100 metres behind fellow country woman Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce who won gold but failed to defend her 200m title, finishing fourth as American Allyson Felix emerged champion. At age 30 and with four Olympiads behind her, Campbell-Brown said she believed she can compete at the 2016 Games in Rio de Janiero.
"I think so, hopefully, I will be 34, my hero (Merlene Ottey) is 52, she is still running, so I'll see, I just need to take care of my body, stay focused and I think I'm looking forward, hopefully I'll be there."
Campbell-Brown won the 200m Olympic title in Athens eight years ago and in Beijing 2008 and also picked up gold at the World Championship in Daegu last year. This Olympics she added silver in the women's 4x100m relay.
"I'm happy, I give God thanks I finished healthy and (I'm) going home with two medals so I have to be thankful," she noted. "I think I have few more races and (I'll) just take a break, regroup and get ready for next year."