One can’t help but imagine that Usain Bolt’s family had a preconceived notion that one day he would come to be recognized as the fastest male runner in the world. They must have also had a preconceived notion that one day he would participate in Olympics, 2012 in London. Well, it is all said in the magic of his name- Usain BOLT- Are you saying fast as a lighting bolt?
Jamaica has again shattered the world record in the men’s 4X100m relay.
The Living Legend has proved that he is really the legend of London Olympics 2012.The Jamaican wonder that jolted the world with his amazing athletic feat.
Usain Bolt could not cover numerous comments related to anger those who accuse the huge majority of athletes at the 2012 London Olympic doping. Because the allegations after they was sticking up a second gold medal of the seldom run 200 meters.
Jamaica’s Usain Bolt once again wowed the world with his amazing run for gold in the 2012 London Olympics men’s 100m final.
Right Now, the Olympics; (up to Saturday Morning August 4)
Jamaica’s Alia Atkinson recorded a new personal best of 1:06.79 to advance to the finals of the 100m breast stroke following a swim off with Canadian Tera Van Beilen.
London is beginning to feel a lot like the Caribbean these days. Ok, maybe that’s pushing it a bit, but this “warm” weather feels much more like home compared to the chilly blanket that covered this city just a few days ago.
Photographer Ricardo Makyn was among the hundreds of photographers inside the venue to capture the sights, scenes and smiles as athletes from 205 countries paraded before The Queen, dignitaries from around the world and thousands of sporting fans.
Usain Bolt’s book, “Usain Bolt: My Story 9.58” was published in 2010.