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Usain Bolt, the “world’s fastest man,” has been savoring the fruits of his labor since retiring from track and field in 2017. From DJing to football, from owning a restaurant chain to venturing into various business ventures and philanthropy, the 37-year-old has truly done it all. The Paris Olympics promises a one-of-a-kind showdown in the sports world.

The Jamaican track phenom stands poised to inspire and mentor the new generation of track and field athletes. However, before this monumental event, Bolt made a striking foray into the realm of fashion, captivating enthusiasts with his innate style and charisma.

Usain Bolt reveals his fashionable side

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In an Instagram post that left his 13.8 million followers awestruck, Usain Bolt unveiled a captivating new collaboration. He uploaded a black-and-white image that showcased him as the cover star of the French fashion magazine “Numéro Homme.” In the photo, Lightning Bolt was clad in a comfortable white shirt and black pants from New Bottega and Matthieu Blazy, exuding sophistication and poise as he gazed into the camera. The look was complete with a sleek watch from Hublot.

Captured by the renowned fashion photographer Tom Munro and styled by Azza Yousif, Bolt will grace not one but three covers of the Spring/Summer 2024 issue of Numéro Homme, a prestigious French magazine that celebrates men’s fashion, art, and culture. As anticipation mounts for the Paris Olympics, this remarkable collaboration has further fueled excitement among fans. So what are Usain Bolt’s sentiments regarding the upcoming games?

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What does he feel about Paris 2024 and his records being broken?

Usain Bolt, the esteemed 8-time Olympic gold medalist, eagerly awaits his role at the Paris 2024 Olympics, albeit in a different capacity this time: as a spectator rather than a competitor. In July 2023, he even attended a special event in Paris where the Olympic torch for the 2024 Games was unveiled by him and Tony Estanguet, signifying the one-year countdown to the Games.

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While athletes like Noah Lyles and Fred Kerley aspire to surpass his 100m and 200m world records, Bolt remains unfazed and has expressed his contentment with being known as “the world’s fastest man.” He has even speculated that the 200-meter record may be broken before the 100-meter. As anticipation mounts for the Paris Olympics, track fans eagerly anticipate witnessing the legendary Bolt grace the pinnacle stage once again.

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