Y’all will never get tired of hearing the name Usain Bolt…he sure is the Greatest Of All Time. Usain just does not get tired of winning.

Let the numbers do the talking.

Nine Olympic sprint finals, nine gold medals, in other words; three Olympics, three races at each, three gold medals every time.

After what was his last race at the men 4×100-meter relay yesterday, Bolt knelt down and gave the track one final kiss, then flattened his hand, reached to the ground and slapped the white number “3” painted at the starting line.

Bolt’s athletic achievement are nothing short of amazing, he has carved his name into the Olympic books and onto the hearts of many.

Jamaica's Usain Bolt celebrates after winning the men's 4x100-meter relay in Rio on Friday night. Bolt won his third gold in Rio, and his ninth overall, tying the all-time record for track and field athletes.

He has somewhat created an unprecedented triple-triple. He’s now won the 100 meters, the 200 meters and the 4×100-meter relay in Beijing in 2008, London in 2012 and Rio in 2016.


I told you guys I was gonna do it,” the never-modest Bolt told NBC. “I’ve set the bar high. That’s what I came here to do. I’m extremely proud of myself.

There you go, I am the greatest.