Usain Bolt Height, Age, Girlfriend Family, Net Worth, Biography & More
Usain St Leo Bolt
Physical Stats & More
Sherwood Content, Jamaica
Date of birth
21 August 1986
William Knibb Memorial High School – School
University of Technology, Jamaica – College
Christianity or Catholic (Not sure)
Tennis Player – Serena Williams
Food – McDonald’s Chicken
Film – Gladiator
$90 million (approx.)
Bolt racing runs at the speed of a cheetah on the track and its speed can be estimated only on high definition cameras. The fastest man in the world, Usain Bolt.
Usain Bolt has won 8 gold medals in just three Olympics and not only that, since 2008, he has made a world record by winning 100m and 200m races of all the Olympics.
But you will be surprised to know that in today’s time the fastest man in the world was born in a very poor family. In his village, there was no electricity and no water to drink from house to house, but facing all these troubles, Bolt showed that if there is a desire to do something from within the human heart, nothing in the world is impossible.
Usain St Leo Bolt was born on 21 August 1986 in Sherwood Content, a small village in Jamaica, Jamaica is a very famous island in the West Indies and the current storm batsman Chris Gayle was also born on this island.
It takes about three and a half hours to cover the Sherwood content of the village of Bolt from Kingston, the capital of Jamaica, and the streets of this village have neither lights nor water in every home. But his family members believe that he has no complaints with such life.
His parents named Wellesley Bolt and Jennifer Bolt.
His parents used to run a grocery store in the village to meet the financial needs of himself and his children.
He told in a recent interview that when I was younger I didn’t really think about anything other than sports, and so Bolt had, in his mind, thought of making a career in sports from the beginning.
At an early age, Bolt attended a government school in the village and participated in the race for the first time and became the fastest runner.
But by the age of 12, Bolt thought he wanted to pursue a career in sports, but could not decide what sports he would like to play in, he is also very fond of cricket and football.
But soon this confusion also cleared up, when his cricket coach saw the speed of running on the pitch and advised Bolt to try in sprinting. Then Bolt also accepted the advice of his coach and started training for the race.
Bolt then first won the silver medal in the 400m and 200m races in 2001, playing for Jamaica at the Caribbean Regional Competition at the age of about 15, and then won 3 medals at the World Junior Championships in 2002 with 1 gold.
But in the meantime, he had to go through a difficult time of life, when Bolt suffered a loss in the Olympic in May 2014 due to a knee nerve injury and could not win any medals. Even after that, he did not give up and got ready to prepare for the next Olympic.
Then in the 2008 Summer Olympics in the 100 meters, 200 meters and 400 meters race with teammates, three gold medals won at the same Olympics to made a world record.
Apart from this, he has also created world records by winning 100m and 200m races in all the Olympics from 2008 to 2016.
Bolt says that even if he had not been a runner today, he would have been a fast bowler as he had a very good bowling as a child, and was a fan of Pakistan’s Waqar Younis from the beginning.
Usain Bolt Awards
Laureus World Sports Award – 2017, 2013, 2010
Milliyet Sports Award – 2010