Found July 21, 2012 on
PLAYERS: Usain Bolt
Track and field, historically, has not been a very popular sport in the United States. Every four years, the nation tunes in to the Summer Olympics to watch a few marquee events, such as the men's 100-meter final. Apart from that, the sport goes largely unnoticed by the casual sports fan. But every so often, an athlete such as Carl Lewis comes along, making people want to follow the sport more than once every four years. Track and field is lucky right now to have such an athlete in Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt, who burst onto the scene with three...

All eyes on Bolt even if training in seclusion

Usain Bolt refuses to line up against his good friend Wallace Spearmon in a race. No way and under no circumstances. To hear Spearmon tell it, the Jamaican sensation is downright scared and doesn't think he stands a chance because the American simply has too much power. Horsepower, that is. The two sprinters have similar Nissan GT-R sports cars, but Bolt won't speed down...

Usain Bolt statue in Britain points the wrong way

The Birmingham City Council recently presented Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt with the ultimate honor — a statue. The wicker statue stands six feet high and cost roughly $23,000 to construct. It shows the three-time Olympic gold medalist striking his famous pointing pose. The only problem is that the statue points the wrong way. As you can see from the photo on the right, Bolt points...

Big error on Usain Bolt statue

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