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$60 Million Net Worth ;World’s Fastest Man On The Planet : Usain Bolt

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Usain St Leo Bolt(Usain Bolt) nicked Lightning Bolt; a Jamaican sprinter is the first person to hold 100 meters and 200 meters and 4*100 meter relay world as well as Olympic records. He is known as the fastest man alive

8 Times Olympic Gold Medallist:

He created a history at 2016 Rio Olympics when he achieves “triple triple” gold medals at the three consecutive Olympic games. He won 100 meters,200 meters,4*100 meter relay in 2008 Beijing Olympic and repeated the same in 2012  London Olympic and 2016 Rio Olympic games.

Records :

  1. 100 meter: 9.63 seconds set at 2012 London Olympics
  2. 200 meter: 19.30 seconds set at 2008 Beijing Olympics
  3. 4*100 meter relay: 36.84 seconds set at 2012 London Olympics

11 Times World Gold Medalist:

His worldwide stardom started at 2008 Beijing Olympics where he won 100 meters, 200 meters, and 4*100 meter relay in all world record times. He has an exceptional record from 2009 to 2015 wherein he begged gold in 100m,200m and 4*100 in a row with an exception of 100m false start in 2011.


  1. 100 meter: 9.58 seconds set at 2009 world games
  2. 200 meter: 19.19 seconds set at 2009 world games
  3. 4*100 meter relay: 37.04 seconds set at 2011 world games
  4. 4 Times Laureus world sportsman of the year in 2009,2010,2013 and 2017

Net Worth $60 Million Approx:

His biggest sponsorship deal is with the Puma which pays about $9 million annually.This sum is by far the largest ever given to any track and field athlete. A no press reports have said it is comparable to Nike’s four years $32 million deal with the soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo. Other major endorsement deals are with brands like Gatorade, Nissan, Visa, Hublot, Virgin Media.

Lightning bolt got a spark from Megan Edwards who inspires Usain to Olympic golds after stringing of romantic dates.

Usain Bolt will be running his last race on Saturday, 12th August 2017, in London 2017 World Championships after which he will retire. We are hoping another gold from him as we want him to retire on high notes.Good Luck!!!!

Written by: Parvinder Kaur

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