"I enjoy relays more than anything".
Nearly all of Bolt's money comes from endorsements, including deals with Puma, Sprint, and Advil, Forbes says. After a decade of demonstrable superiority, particularly on the men's side, Jamaica's dominance has been disrupted at one of track and field's most consequential gatherings.
"Why settle? I want to be historic", Mr McLeod has been quoted as saying. I did it for the fans. It's hard to be sad, it's wonderful and it's been brilliant. I think I lost to a great competitor and a young kid who is coming up and is very talented, with a great future ahead of him.
"It nearly looks like I am winning!"
"Between the bikes, loud, horrid music, parties and screams, I honestly wish he would go back to where he came from", his neighbor-model Jodi Stewart-Henriques wrote on Facebook in 2015. Say, for instance, when you're growing up, you're walking down the street, you've got to tell everybody good morning.
"I can't be a sore loser; throughout my career I've dominated".
The race comes as Jamaican track and field legends Merlene Ottey and Bolt shared an iconic moment in London this week, when the "sprint queen" visited with local athletes at the World Championships.
Trey Hardee of the United States hit the third hurdle and clattered into the next one during the 110-meter hurdles to end his medal chances in the decathlon at the world championships.
Prior to the Bolt era, Gatlin was considered the fastest man in the world during the 2004 Athens Summer Olympics and won a gold medal in the 100m dash.
The president of the IAAF.
Athletics' world governing body head Sebastian Coe lavished with praises for him.
"You've seen it with Usain Bolt".
Of course, my August 3 commentary makes clear that I thought upstart Canadian sprinter Andre DeGrasse was the only person who could upstage Bolt on this putatively ceremonial occasion.
If you read about Bolt's rise to prominence from his early days playing in the streets and primary school playground in Sherwood Content, you would learn that he has always stood out among his peers as physically superior. World and Olympic champion Allyson Felix spoke highly of the Jamaican. Not just that he was the fastest man in the world but that he so obviously loved every hundredth of a second of us enjoying him.
A few minutes after that, he stepped onto the track, kneeled down and kissed the finish line that he crossed in Lane 4.
As Coe put it, what the crowd is going to miss is the personality, an athlete with humor, good grace as well as nearly insurmountable sprinting achievements. How do we reconcile that with more than 40 Kenyan athletes failing drug tests in the four years to 2016?
A distraught Bolt was consoled on the ground by his sprint team-mates and he limped out of the stadium, not the way he probably envisaged his send-off going.