While people around the world are struggling with the coronavirus epidemic. On the other hand, good news has come to the home of the world's fastest runner Usain Bolt. In fact, in the midst of this deadly virus, Usain Bolt's house has buzzing daughters. Yes, recently Jamaica's legendary runner Usain Bolt became a father for the first time. His partner Casey Bennett has given birth to a daughter. Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness has congratulated Bolt for the birth of a daughter on social media.
Holness wrote on Twitter, “Congratulations to our great running sprinter Usain Bolt and Casey Bennett on the birth of a daughter.” According to local media reports, the couple's daughter was born on Sunday. Other information is not yet available.
Let us know that recently, Usain Bolt, 33 years, revealed on social media in March that his partner Bennett is going to give birth to a daughter. Bolt, who won eight gold medals at the Olympics and world record holder in the 100 and 200 meters, retired from athletics in 2017 after dominating the men's furreta race for a decade.
Bolt is the only male athlete to have won the 100 and 200 meter titles in three consecutive Olympics. He achieved this feat at the Rio Olympics 2016. Bolt made his mark at the 2002 World Junior Championships by winning the gold medal in the 200 meters. Between that, Bolt became the youngest gold medalist in the world-class competition.
Bolt became the first junior runner at the 2004 CARIFTA Games in 19 seconds with a time of 19.93 seconds. During this, he broke the world junior record of Roy Martin in two tens of seconds. He later became a professional runner but could not participate in many competitions for the first 2 seasons in 2004 due to body injuries. However, she participated in the 2004 Summer Olympics.
In 2007, he defeated the 200-meter Jamaican national record holder Don Queriz with a time of 19.75 seconds. In May 2008, Bolt set a world record in the 100 event with a time of 9.72 seconds. Set a world record in both the 100 m and 200 m events at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.