For reasons that make very little sense, Bolt squared off against a city bus in Buenos Aires, Argentina. At 6-foot-5, you might think Bolt's height would help him run faster.
But tall sprinters typically have trouble readjusting their centers of gravity when they come off the starting blocks in short races like the 100m.
As soon as that dog made to leave, I knew it was my cue to run [back home].
In a way, he was giving me a taste of what life would be like in the future: listen for the gun… Kennedy International Airport in the hours following the finals.
PUMA is reportedly his biggest backer, giving him about million a year.
Despite all the junk food, he still won three gold medals -- and a little later, an offer from Shutl for a lifetime's supply of his new favorite food -- so it shouldn't be shocking that he still falls back on nuggets when he's in a place with an unfamiliar cuisine. "The moment Pop's bike came rumbling home, Brownie's ears would prick up long before anyone else could hear a noise.
On his way to winning the 100 meters in Rio, Bolt seemingly smiled for the camera as he reached the semifinal finish line. The going explanation for why airport security evacuated two terminals while investigating whether shots had been fired at JFK is that fans watching Bolt's performance had celebrated his victory by clapping a little too exuberantly.
recently surveyed a few experts to gauge whether Bolt could notch a good mile time. Notably, a former college cross-country coach voted no, citing the Olympian's fast-twitch muscle fibers as a downside. Somehow, he and his friends emerged largely unscathed, but the incident changed Bolt's view on life.
It's a showcase for the triumph of the human spirit, opportunity for the world's top athletes to have all the sex, and a possible looming health disaster of epic proportions.
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