Usain Bolt has revealed the name of a person who is an inspiration for him. He is none other than comedian Kevin Hart.
“I started following him (Hart) on Instagram and he works out a lot. Then I started following him on snapchat and noticed how he works out every day. There is no day that he doesn’t work out, so he motivates me because a lot of days, I get up and I, don’t want to train hard, I don’t want to do my abs workout but when I go, on Snapchat and I see him no matter what; I’m up. So (although) I didn’t want to get up this morning, I’m up, so that helps me because if Kevin Hart is not a sports star and he is working so hard, I just get up and go do what I have to do,? ?Usain Bolt said.
American sprinters Justin Gatlin and Tyson Gay are also inspirations for Usain Bolt. In his opinion, Gatlin and Gay are helping him to focus well on the race.
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Usain Bolt has also revealed that he was extremely happy to perform better than Justin Gatlin and Tyson Gay in the recent Olympics.
?The guys from the States. Tyson Gay and Justin Gatlin. Gatlin, for the last three years, has been the one saying he is going to beat Usain Bolt and do this and do that, so there is always that extra pleasure. But they definitely drive me because I’m in good competition with someone who makes you have to keep your game up, keep your game high, and step your game up when they show up,” Usain said, according to The Gleaner.
AS per the latest updates, NFL teams are ready to give an opportunity to Usain Bolt to play football. In the Dan Patrick Show, Usain revealed that he used to watch football when he was younger and now he is receiving offers from people. But Usain is not interested in joining football teams.
Usain Bolt was born on 21 August 1986 in Sherwood Content, a small town in Trelawny, Jamaica. Usain is called as the ?fastest man in the world?. He also holds both the 100 meters and 200 meters world records. He won 3 medals in Rio Olympics 2016.