The real power behind The World’s fastest man: Usain Bolt is the world’s fastest man, all the doubters have been silenced in these Rio 2016 games which if Mr. Bolt is to follow through on his declaration, will be his final as he is to retire after these games.
There is probably no one alive on planet Earth today who have not heard of Usain Bolt, many a stories have been told about him from his humble beginnings in Sherwood Content, Jamaica to his rise to fame and ever-growing fortune. His care-free party-animal lifestyle and the overwhelming love of the average every-day person for this young man. But there is always a little something more that people want to know which they think they should, and there’s always someone who thinks that they do know that much more.
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In 2012 I happens to be in Jamaica at around the time of “Champs” that is the championship meet where the country’s elite athletes compete for top honors. Note; probably the greatest athletics show on Earth other than the Olympics, put it on your bucket list.
I must admit that that was when and where I was first introduced to the up-and-coming Yohan “the beast” Blake who happens to out-dueled Mr. Bolt that year and was instantly picked as the next big thing. Another thing that I quickly learnt about Mr. Blake then was that he was a Christian, of all the other things or labels which they gave to or lay to the charge of Mr. Bolt, until now no one has ever accused him of being a Christian, at least not to my knowledge or in my hearing but; and this is a very big but… I have said it then and at every opportunity I get since, that Mr. Bolt to me is like the Bible story of Esther. Even though the names of God did not appear anywhere in that book one could not miss the finger and voice of God throughout the story. That’s the very same thing I saw in the whole phenomena of Usain Bolt. Let the young man party as much as he wishes while he can. Let him enjoy himself have as much fun with the multitude of adoring women who are throwing themselves at him, let him not go around and run off his mouth about how righteous and holy he is which has a tendency to be counterproductive by turning off people and paint God in a bad light, and we could go on, but look at the man's life and attitude towards others and if one should pay close attention will see that he does honored God in his action. Again as I pointed out to some, those poses and gestures which Usain is known for just before and after a race, what exactly are those? If those are not communications and prayers to God in heaven above I don’t know what else they could be. If a picture paints a thousand words, and if as is articulated in the afore-mentioned article; the mainstream media is not telling the truth about Usain’s faith in Jesus Christ. Then there is not a better and clearer way of saying it for himself than via his pre. And post-race routines. Everyone who has eyes to see can see. Let them call it whatever they want, that is between them and their god. In the end, Mr. Bolt would have done his job very well, over to us now.
If there were yet any questions as to which nation is the leader in the world of sprinting today, that should have been put to rest at the Rio 2016 Games, Jamaican and Jamaican-born athletes were popping up everywhere and performing very well to make their presents known; and from some of the most interesting quarters too, Here is one such story; Meet The Jamaican Who Just Landed Japan Into The Men’s 4×100 Finals In Rio
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