Bolt Celebrates His Retirement By Getting Drunk At A Club In London
Usain Bolt is one of the greatest sportsmen of all time, and undoubtedly it can be said that there never will be anyone like Usain Bolt.
Usain Bolt’s last race ended in disappointment as he failed to finish the race, but that couldn’t hold him back from celebrating the legendary career he has had.
According to reports, Usain Bolt celebrated his last race by getting drunk at a club in London.
As we all know Jamaicans love to party, Usain Bolt is no different from the others but hasn’t had much of an opportunity to party during his career as an athlete due to his vigorous training routines. It seemed like he had waited for too long now and couldn’t wait another night to party. According to the reports, it is to be believed that the bill for that night’s party was around a whopping Rs 6 lakhs. Usain Bolt created a legacy from his career and had already achieved the legendary status for himself even when he an active athlete. Bolt holds the record of completing the 100 meters race in 9.58 seconds which he set in Berlin. Bolt’s most successful race has been the 200 meters where in which he has won three Olympics and four world titles.
Bolt made his 100 meters debut in Olympics 2008 and in 2009 shattered all the records to set a new world record of 9.58 seconds beating his own record of 9.69. He also holds the record in the 200 meters race of 19.19 seconds. Bolt has helped Jamaica to three 4 x 100 meters relay Gold medals in the world championships, but his last relay race ended in disappointment where he had to limp out the race due to injury. Bolt hopes to continue his sports connection in the future with football and cricket being his priority. Fans would love to see him back in action soon, but for the moment, it’s party time for the greatest of all time Usain Bolt.
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