Usain Bolt opened up his 2016 campaign on a winning note after taking the men's 100m in 10.05 seconds at the Cayman Invitational at the Truman Bodden Stadium in George Town.
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GEORGE TOWN, CAYMAN ISLANDS - Sprint sensation Usain Bolt will open his 2016 season at the Cayman Invitational at Truman Bodden Stadium in George Town on Saturday (14).
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Usain Bolt says he's in pretty good shape and is targeting a sub-10 seconds performance in his season opener at the Cayman Invitational on Saturday (14).
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George Town (Cayman Islands) (AFP) – World’s fastest man Usain Bolt says he still dreams of playing for Manchester United — as long as Louis Van Gaal is not the manager. Bolt, who owns the 100-meter world record at 9.58 seconds and the world 200m record of 19.19, spoke Friday on the eve of his opening race of the 2016 campaign in the Cayman Invitational. The Jamaican superstar...
Meeting a star athlete is somewhat frighting, especially for a little kid. This young fan felt a bit of pressure when he met Usain Bolt, one of the fastest men in the world. The youngster was given the chance to ask him a question, so he reached deep into his bag of brain busters and asked him a math problem. "What is 1 plus 2?"The question left Bolt speechless for a moment while...
If you had the opportunity to ask the fastest man in the world any question you wanted, what would it be? Probably along the lines of, "how did you get so fast?" Well, one young fan had the chance to ask six-time gold medalist Usain Bolt one question, and he caught Bolt (and everyone else) totally off guard. RELATED: Usain Bolt's Key to Explosion Bolt is in the Cayman Islands...
By Darryn Albert Real recognize real. Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt has had quite the week after winning gold in both the 100-meter and the 200-meter races at the IAAF World Championships in Beijing. The Fastest Man in the World kept it rolling on Saturday, collecting another gold medal as the Jamaican team anchor in the 4×100 relay. After the victory, Bolt busted out a tribute...
By Jason Rowan One of the bigger stories this week in the world of sports that turned into an absolute phenomenon was how world-class sprinter Usain Bolt wasn't run down by one of his opponents during a race but instead got run over by a cameraman riding on a Segway. And the suddenly infamous media member wants everyone to know how sorry he is for inadvertently knocking over...
By Steve DelVecchio Usain Bolt won his fourth gold medal in the 200-meter sprint at the World Championships on Thursday, but he paid the price shortly thereafter. After Bolt was done dusting silver medalist Justin Gatlin with a time of 19.55 seconds, a photographer got a bit too close to the Jamaican while he was taking a victory walk. The end result was a nasty-looking spill...
By Steve DelVecchio When Usain Bolt isn’t setting world records and working on maintaining his reputation as the fastest man alive, he apparently likes to have a good time. According to some of his neighbors in Jamaica, Bolt’s propensity for partying has become an issue. The Daily Mail reports that Bolt has developed a reputation in Kingston for hosting noisy parties that...
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