Jamaican speedster Bolt says retirement will be a joy
09 June 2017 | 9:27 am
Usain Bolt has no regrets as he prepares to hang up his spikes in August and says he is looking forward to watching the 2020 Tokyo Olympics as a spectator.
11 Jun 2017
Usain Bolt partied with his devoted fans in an emotional farewell at the National Stadium on Saturday as the world's fastest man ran his final race on Jamaican soil.
1 Aug 2017
IAAF President Sebastian Coe describes Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt as a 'genius'.
2 Aug 2017
Sprinter Usain Bolt faces the media ahead of the world athletics championships, the Jamaican superstar's final global event.
12 Aug 2017
In 2004, an unknown-to-the-world Usain Bolt rose from the ashes of defeat to later perform feats.
13 Aug 2017
Great Britain win gold in men's relay as Bolt staggers in agony before finish line.
5 Sep 2017
Sprint champion Usain Bolt opened up about his next career move at a charity event in Japan.
30 Jan 2018
Retired Olympic gold medalist and world record holder waiting to see how he performs in a trial with German club Borussia Dortmund before being able to decide on a career in football.
22 Mar 2018
Usain Bolt said while he is enjoying his retirement from sprinting, he is looking for a new challenge and wants to join the soccer community.
18 May 2019
His ambition for a career as a footballer may not have worked out but retired sprint superstar Usain Bolt announced Wednesday an unlikely new outlet for his energies -- the Paris scooter market. He also speaks about Caster Semenya case and the Champions League Final.
16 May 2019
Nine-time Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt has launched his electric scooter business in France. He speaks with Bloomberg's Caroline Connan at Vivatech in Paris.
11 Oct 2019
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