Track and Field Legend Usain Bolt Lost US$12 Million, But Denies Being Broke
Usain Bolt, center, wins the 100-meter final ahead of Yohan Blake, left and Asafa Powell in the Racers Grand Prix track and field event at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica, Saturday, June 11, 2016. 

PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas – “I decided to get back to work because I lost muscle mass. Returning to the gym is part of my resolutions for 2018,” said super star Usain Bolt in an interview with French daily Figaro.

About current status of athletics after his retirement Bolt added: “It will be hard to continue to attract fans. I have always told Sebastian Coe that I would do everything in my power to help athletics, which brought me so much joy and success.

“From the moment you are part of this sport, you have the responsibility to make it grow, whoever you are. Smile, have fun, show people my personality, it’s also what made me so good personally and for my sport.”


By Alfonz Juck (eme news)

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