The Sprint legend Usain Bolt, former Jamaican athlete turned businessman has welcomed a baby girl with his partner Kasi Bennett.
The Jamaican Prime Minister, Andrew Holness broke the news of Bolt becoming the latest father on the beautiful island with a congratulatory message on Twitter.
— Andrew Holness (@AndrewHolnessJM) May 18, 2020
Neither the baby’s name or image has not been disclosed by either parent since both have been inactive on social media in over 48 hours.
Bolt, 33, who retired from athletics in 2017, is still the fastest man in history is over the moon at the moment as his wishes have realized as he had always wanted a baby girl.
An 11-time world champion and 9.58-seconds world record holder, Bolt is the only man to win three 100m Olympic titles and 23 major gold medals during a remarkable career.
His historic completion ‘triple triple’ in Rio 2016 by winning 100m, 200m, and 4x100m relay gold at three successive Olympic Games. Howbeit, in 2017 Bolt was stripped of his 4x100m gold medal from the 2008 Beijing Games following a positive outcome of a teammate Nesta Carter who tested positive for an illegal substance.
In 2017, the Jamaican ran his last competitive race at the World Championships in London, where he finished third in the 100m.
He had a brief career as a footballer, joined the Australian team Central Coast Mariners in 2018. Where he scored two goals on his full debut in a pre-season friendly but had to leave the club before making an official appearance after the two parties couldn’t agree to a deal.
In March, the Olympic gold medalist and expectant father made a post on social media warning all the boys and men to stay off clear his daughter’s path
“Any man! Any boy! Don’t play with me!” the eight-time Olympic gold medallist sneered