Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt is a live wire on the track. While the fastest man on the planet is a decorated athlete, he is one of the most energetic personalties the sport has ever witnessed. Carrying the Jamaican spirit, Bolt belives in enjoying the moment and the Carribean celebrations are incomplete without some check moves. The three time Olympic champion shared his favourite dance move.
“It’s all about what’s going on in Jamaica because in Jamaica dancing is very important, so like every three months, they will change the dance moves and stuff like that. So, Brian knows Surf. So that’s why we’re so excited to hear a song that’s for you, but it’s just as like you kind of do to you, jump and do the rock back and forth,” Bolt shares.
While Bolt is the fastest man on the track, he reveals that he like to take things slow off the field. The 35 year old adds that it s something that surprises most people. “I do everything slow, and I’m not really a person that makes people always feel like I’m just always wanting many stuff. That’s one thing people are surprised by a lot.“
Usain Bolt opens up on naming his kids and weird interactions he has had
Former Olympic champion Usain Bolt is the proud father of three young kids. When quizzed if he had any specific name for his fourth off spring, the Jamaican revealed his plans. “If it’s a girl definitely going to be Ugrene, that’s something that we talked about and the boy, we haven’t really talked about it. I don’t know. I don’t know what I’m going to want, but definitely, if it was another girl,” he said with a grin.
Being a celebrity comes at a cost and Bolt has had to pay it. The star sprinter shared some of his weird interactions with admirers. “I have had a lot of wierd interactions. But I think its always the science stuff. Just always like somebody walks up with a small piece of paper I’ve ever seen and ask for me to sign it and I was like, I can’t. It’s too small for that. Now we’ve got a weird.“
Usain Bolt is renowned figure around the globe and more so in his country. Bolt shares that his countrymen recognise him no matter what disguise he puts up and it his height, 1.9m, which gives him up. “In Jamaica, everyone knows who I am, so it’s all too easy. No matter what I wear. Even if I have my mask on and a hat and glasses, they recognise me. I’m too tall that’s the problem, I stand out,” he adds.