Oct 2, 2013, 11:49 AM EST
Usain Bolt‘s season doesn’t appear to be over.
The world’s fastest man will run a 100-meter exhibition on 9 de Julio Avenue in central Buenos Aires in December, according to Argentine newspaper La Nacion.
The event will take place either Dec. 7 or 13 with at least three other Jamaican runners, according to the report. Bolt’s agent did not immediately reply to an email seeking confirmation.
The 9 de Julio Avenue is billed as the widest in the world with at least seven lanes in each direction. A special track will be laid down on the street for the race, according to Reuters.
The street is not a stranger to sporting events. The 2009 Dakar Rally had its symbolic start there, the first time the competition was held outside Europe and Africa.
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