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When we come across a ?new? interview with Usain Bolt, we generally start reading with a little skepticism. Seldom do we learn anything new. Rarely do we encounter the charisma and humor that is Bolt. But Matt Majendie of the London Evening Standard shows journalists everywhere how it?s done. Kudos to Matt. A few excerpts follow.
So 2010 was going to be a chill season for Usain Bolt. It?s an off year. No Olympics. No World Championships. So the early buzz was that Bolt would take it easy, run a few of the new Diamond League Events and maybe add a race or two here and there. Yeah, right!
In the latest issue of Esquire, Luke Dittrich delivers a well-written and insightful feature on the fastest man on the planet entitled - Usain Bolt: Mutant. Although it hit subscribers a week ago, the article is finally available online. The accompanying black and white photo is by Nadav Kander and online Esquire offers a bonus video which follows.
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PUMA athlete Moses Kipsiro of Uganda was the runner-up at last year's World XC Championships, and placed fourth place in the 5,000m at the 2009 World Championships and 2008 Olympics. LetsRun.com has a great article on Moses by PJ Browne. Some excerpts and the link follow.
Yeti had a minor outburst during the chase scene, something about the unfairness of his paws. Delilah DiCrescenzo, Tim Bayley, and a cast of runners show off the 2010 PUMA Running Collection, including the all-new Complete Ventis.
From the Washington Post: March 17 - Usain Bolt will compete in the rarely contested 300-meter race at the Czech Golden Spike meet in May. Organizers said today that Bolt will attempt to break the world mark in the distance on May 27 in Ostrava. Michael Johnson holds the current mark of 30.85 seconds. The IAAF does not recognize it as a world record, as the distance is not used at major events. Bolt will receive $30,000 if he sets a world best in the 300.
PUMA celebrates the 100th Anniversary of the Boys and Girls Champs in Jamaica. Who will be the next Usain Bolt? Who will top Shelly-Ann Fraser? In Jamaica these questions are regularly thought and spoken, most of all in the national stadium when the Boys & Girls Athletics Championships are taking place.
Does Usain Bolt ever stop winning? Fresh from winning his second successive Laureus World Sportsman of the Year award, Bolt's presence in three commercials for the Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB) helped it win first prize in its category at the International Travel Trade conference in Berlin, Germany.
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