1. In 2009, Usain Bolt paid just over £10,000 to formally adopt an abandoned cheetah cub—named Lightning Bolt— in Nairobi, and has since paid £2,300 a year to cover its upkeep at the orphanage.
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45. Usain Bolt was in South Africa as one of the co-hosts of Sun Met, an illustrious and acclaimed horse-racing event known as Africa's richest race day.
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50. In 2007, Usain Bolt broke the national 200-meter record held for over 30 years by Donald Quarrie, and earned two silver medals at the World Championship in Osaka, Japan.
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52. At the age of 15, Usain Bolt took his first shot at success on the world stage at the 2002 World Junior Championships in Kingston, Jamaica, where he won the 200-meter dash, making him the youngest world-junior gold medalist ever.
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54. Usain Bolt won three Olympic gold medals at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London.
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56. Usain Bolt owns a 3-ton segment of the Berlin Wall.
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64. In 2012 Usain Bolt made a cameo appearance in the opening sketch of broadcast of Saturday Night Live, hosted by Christina Applegate.
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77. Usain Bolt wore the same number whilst captaining the World XI during Soccer Aid 2018 at Old Trafford.
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80. Usain Bolt was quoted by the BBC saying that the prospect of having to return the gold was "heartbreaking".
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86. Usain Bolt celebrated by imitating the "Mobot" celebration of Mo Farah, who had claimed a long-distance track double for the host nation.
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89. Usain Bolt continued to develop in the 100 m, and he decided to compete in the event at the Jamaica Invitational in Kingston.
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90. Usain Bolt built on this achievement at the 2007 World Championships in Osaka, Japan, winning a silver medal.
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93. Usain Bolt headed to the 2004 Athens Olympics with confidence and a new record on his side.
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94. Usain Bolt became the first junior sprinter to run the 200 m in under twenty seconds, taking the world junior record outright with a time of 19.93 s For the second time in the role, he was awarded the Austin Sealy Trophy for the most outstanding athlete of the 2004 CARIFTA Games.
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95. Usain Bolt beat all comers at the 200 m in the World Championship trials.
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98. Usain Bolt made his first appearance on the world stage at the 2001 IAAF World Youth Championships in Debrecen, Hungary.
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