Nitro Athletics is the innovation Athletics needs – Sebastian Coe

Usain Bolt will lead of the world's best track and field athletes in the new Nitro Athletics series and IAAF Sebastian Coe says it's what the sport needs. The post Nitro Athletics is the innovation Athletics needs – Sebastian Coe appeared first on World-Track And Field.
4 days ago

Bo Scarbrough recreates infamous Usain Bolt grin as he sprints to a 68-yard TD

Alabama running back Bo Scarbrough capped off an epic Peach Bowl performance with a flashy 68-yard touchdown run that sealed the 24-7 victory over Washington on Saturday.And while Scarbrough's run was definitely the highlight of the game, most people probably didn't notice the best part -- the finish.As the bruising sophomore sprinted into the end zone -- leaving at least seven Huskies...
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7 days ago

Usain Bolt called into Man United's post-match show to celebrate victory

Usain Bolt's love of Manchester United has reached a new level of nerdiness. Alongside his dream to eventually play for the Red Devils, Bolt has now outed himself as a true obsessor. He called into United's post-match talk show on Saturday to discuss his beloved team.And it wasn't a preplanned guest appearance. At least, it doesn't seem to be. Bolt had just watched United's impressive...
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8 days ago

Usain Bolt calls in to Man United’s post-game TV show

Jamaican sprinter is pretty pumped: "Um, hello, yes, this is the real Usain Bolt."
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
8 days ago

Bolt is IAAF athlete of year; Ayana wins women's award

MONACO (AP) Usain Bolt is track and field's male athlete of the year, winning the award from the sport's governing body for a sixth time. Almaz Ayana of Ethiopia won the women's award, after her world-record run to win Olympic gold in the 10,000 meters. The awards were handed out Friday by the IAAF at a gala ceremony in Monaco. The winners were chosen by athletics officials,...
Via Associated Press
December 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Bolt says 200-meter world record now likely beyond him

MONACO (AP) The world's fastest man is slowing down. Usain Bolt says he doesn't plan to run the 200 meters in his final season, realizing that his world record of 19.19 seconds is now beyond him. Speaking in Monaco before the IAAF athlete of the year awards, the 30-year-old Bolt says he believed he would break the record at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. But coming off the bend...
Via Associated Press
December 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Usain Bolt has fielded interest, but not interested in playing in NFL

Usain Bolt in the NFL? He’s thought about it, and apparently even been asked about it, but he’s not interested. Bolt told the Dan Patrick Show that apparently people have reached out to him over playing in the league, but the violence and hits turned him off. “I used to watch it when I was younger,” Bolt said, via Michael David Smith of ProFootballTalk. “The hits guys...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 24, 2016  |  Discuss

Usain Bolt, girlfriend Kasi Bennett not engaged … yet

Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt and his girlfriend Kasi Bennett have no plans to tie the knot — at least not yet. Bolt and Bennett are vacationing together in Bora Bora, and earlier this week we saw a screenshot from Snapchat that appeared to show Bolt had proposed to his longtime lady friend. However, Bolt’s agent told TMZ the image was real but the caption was fake. The photo...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 07, 2016  |  Discuss

Usain Bolt, girlfriend engaged despite Rio scandals?

After Usain Bolt won another three gold medals at the Rio Olympics, rumors swirled that he was hooking up with women left and right. It would appear that the gossip — whether true or not — did not bother Bolt’s longtime girlfriend. Bolt, who is vacationing in Bora Bora this week with his girlfriend Kasi Bennett, shared a photo on Snapchat that was captioned “she said yes”...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 06, 2016  |  Discuss

LeBron James shares love with Usain Bolt after tribute

LeBron James shared some love with Usain Bolt after the Jamaican sprinter gave a tribute to the NBA icon following his gold medal run at the 200m sprint in the Olympics on Thursday night. Bolt won the 200m for the third time at the Olympics, posting a time of 19.78. After capturing the gold medal, he used his hands in a motion to press the volume down, a move done by James called...
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 18, 2016  |  Discuss

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