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I have no reason to stay in athletics, said Usain Bolt recently. This video helps Usain find a reason to stay and make his fans happy. #UsainBolt Script by T...
Usain Bolt Wins The 4x100m Relay, Live: Bolt Completes The Triple Treble Before Declaring Himself 'The Greatest'
I'm proud of myself and I have to give thanks to the guys. The pressure was real. But I look it as an accomplishment, I enjoy the pressure and I live for these moments. I am proud of myself.
How does Usain Bolt run so fast?
Usain Bolt showed his dominance of men's sprinting at the World Athletics Championship in Beijing this week with wins in the 100m and 200m. What's his secret?
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