- Usain Bolt took time to write a moving and touching message for his adorable mother, who is turning 60 years
- Jennifer Bolt has always been a constant figure in Bolt's career over the years as she was usually at the stadium whenever her son was racing
- Bolt thanked his mother for everything and especially for encouraging him throughout
Sprint legend Usain Bolt warmed the hearts of social media users and definitely that of his mother after he wrote a wonderful birthday message.
Jennifer Bolt turned 60 years of age and her son took to his Twitter page to dot down a few words for her. The two are known for their close bond. Jennifer was always at her son's major events while he was still running.
Bolt, who has since retired, wrote,
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My Mommy, My Ms Jen…
My bedrock of both stability and encouragement.
Thanks for everything.
We will be celebrating your 60th all Year.
The Jamaican is a family man, having settled with his long-time girlfriend, Kasi Bennett. The couple has a daughter Olympia Lighting Bolt and twin boys named Saint Leo and Thunder, who turned one in June.
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Earlier, Sports Brief had reported that despite his unrivalled success in sprinting, Usain Bolt loved people and always treated them as equals during his long and illustrious career.
A video doing rounds on social media spotted by Sports Brief shows Bolt interacting and fist-bumping the officials on the tracks before his races always began.
Bolt was often in a relaxed mood, smiling at the officials, making light talk before either hi-fiving or fist-bumping them in an apparent gesture to recognise the work they do.
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Source: Sports Brief News