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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?
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