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Usain Bolt isn't content with being the fastest man on earth, so he's looking for another field to conquer. The Jamaican sprinter wants a chance to make the grade at Manchester United, and Rio Ferdinand has offered to help arraigned a tryout. On Tuesday, the two stars had a short interaction on Twitter. Ferdinand may have been in a playful mood when he offered to contact United manager Sir Alex Ferguson on Bolt's behalf, but the gold medal winner has serious soccer dreams. Bolt is a longtime United fan, and he has visited the club on a few occasions. He...
BEST OF MAXIM
It was just another case of history repeating Thursday night
Usain Bolt became the first runner to complete the 100-200 double in consecutive Olympics, blowing away another fast field in the 200 meters.
Bolt led a Jamaican 1-2-3 finish in the race, as he was followed by Yohan Blake and Warren Weir.
Bolt now stands just one race away from equaling his performance in the 2008 Games...
Chris Johnson is coming off the worst season of his NFL career, but he's as confident as ever.
In addition to claiming that he's still the best running back in the NFL and that he's back to his "old self," Johnson is fairly certain he could give Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt a run for his money.
Johnson, who was a track star in high school, thinks he could...
The men’s 100-meter final is one of the most anticipated events in the Summer Olympics and this year’s field was one of the best ever. It featured world record holder and 2008 Olympic gold medalist in the event Usain Bolt, Yohan Blake (100m winner at 2011 world championships), Asafa Powell (one-time world record [...]
Sprinting icon Usain Bolt insists that he is serious about wanting a trial with Manchester United.
CLASH OF THE TITANS
Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson still maintains that if provided the opportunity, he would beat all-world track star Usain Bolt in the 40.
With Manchester United losing the English Premier League title in the final seconds of the season in 2011/12, they could probably use a bit more depth this year. However, they probably never thought that help might come in the form of Usain Bolt, the world’s fastest man.
After winning the 100 meter race at the London Olympics on Aug. 6, Bolt confirmed that the rumors of wanting...
Many were questioning if Usain Bolt was ready to defend his crown in the 100m after his loss to Yohan Blake at the Jamaican trials. But all of that was put to rest on Sunday when he once again took the crown of the fastest man alive and set an Olympic record of 9.63 while he was at it.
Usain Bolt is still the fastest man on Earth tonight after winning the men’s 100m final with an Olympic World Record time of 9.64 seconds. The Jamaican super-sprinter has become a world hero /...
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Dear Madam or Sir, Supposedly, Brett Gardner is pondering a September comeback as pinch runner. No. No-no-no-no. En. Oh. NO. We'll kill the guy. He returns too soon, tries a headfirst slide, pops a gonad and it’s, "Hello Dr. Snipsnip." Forget Gards. Let him heal. Better idea: Sign Usain Bolt. No kidding. The world's fastest man.Wait, Bri, put...
The fellas talk about the greatness of Usain Bolt, fantasy football draft shenanigans and more on The Unsportsmanlike Conduct Show podcast.The post Podcast: Usain Bolt Is The Man appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
London police say they have arrested a man for throwing a bottle on to the Olympic track at the start of the men's 100-meter final.
Scotland Yard says a man was heard shouting abuse and was then seen throwing a bottle immediately before the race.
Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt, who won the race, told reporters he had been unaware of the incident. He said Sunday: ''No...
After his blistering Olympic-record 9.63 second 100 m, Usain Bolt celebrated by Babining in honor of his favorite Philadelphia Eagle.
Who's really Mr. Olympics, Bolt or Phelps?
Last Angry Fan has the scoop and the story on last night's 100m finals in which Jamaica’s Usain Bolt set a new Olympic record of 9.63. But it's the douchejuice who threw a bottle seconds before the...
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Krisztian Pars of Hungary got his revenge, and it was pretty sweet.
Pars won the hammer throw on a cool Sunday night with 80,000 people packed into the stadium at London Olympic Park. With the crowd still buzzing from watching Usain Bolt retain his title in the 100 meters, Pars ensured his first gold medal with a mark of 264.5 feet. It was enough to beat 2008 gold medalist Primoz...