Usain Bolt

Brockie and Bolt team up

Brockie who has recently moved to competition leaders Mamelodi Sundowns was joined at training by Bolt who has an upcoming trial with German club Borussia Dortmund.

Brockie posted a photo of the pair at training on social media.

"We got a message from our team manager saying we had a special visitor coming on Monday. It was meant to be a day off but we came in and there he was," he told Fairfax

"There were rumours circulating that Bolt was going to be there, but until I saw it with my own eyes I didn't really want to believe it.

Bolt targets Manchester United deal

The Jamaican, an all-time athletics legend after winning eight Olympic golds, retired after damaging his hamstring in his last ever race at the World Championships in London last year.

After recovering from that injury, the 31-year-old has reiterated his desire to switch sports, claiming he has held talks with the club's legendary former manager Alex Ferguson over a possible United deal, while his long mooted Dortmund trial is still on the cards.

"The injury is now fine and I'm back fully fit," Bolt, the 100 metres world-record holder, told the Express.

Bolt serious about football bid

The 31-year-old eight-time Olympic gold medallist, currently recovering from a hamstring injury, accepted there might be some scepticism but said it had always been his boyhood dream.

"For me it's a personal goal. I don't care what people really think about it. I'm not going to lie to myself. I'm not going to be stupid," the Jamaican told reporters at the US Formula One Grand Prix.

Bolt to start US Grand Prix

The eight-times Olympic gold-medallist sprinter, who retired after the world championships in London in August, has been enlisted to send the field off for the pre-race formation lap at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas.

Mercedes driver Hamilton, who can clinch his fourth title if he finishes first or second and other results go his way, might also be giving the Jamaican a quick passenger ride in a road car earlier in the day.


Usain Bolt insists there will be no comeback

Bolt made history at last year's Olympics by winning both the 100 metres and 200m for the third time in succession, but there was to be no fairytale send-off for the sprint icon at the IAAF World Championships in London.

Having finished third in his last individual race, the 100m final, Bolt sensationally pulled up lame with cramp in his left hamstring when running the anchor leg for Jamaica in Saturday's 4x100m relay.


Bolt tumbles in track farewell

Having to make up lots of ground on the anchor leg, Bolt suddenly screamed and stumbled as he came down with his golden farewell shattered by the first injury he has experienced at a major competition.

That wasn't the only surprise. Britain went on to beat the United States in a tight finish.

The 60,000-capacity stadium was primed for one last Bolt show, one last ``To the World" pose after a victory, but the injury made it blatantly clear why Bolt is ready to retire. His body can no longer hold up.

Gatlin denies Bolt golden swansong

The iconic Jamaican had to settle for bronze despite matching his season's best of 9.95 seconds, long-time rival Gatlin denying him a final slice of individual glory by three hundredths of a second.

Promising prospect Christian Coleman claimed the silver medal with a 9.94s run, but it was Bolt's name that was nevertheless chanted when the results were confirmed on the big screen at London Stadium.

Bolt hopes for a life at No 1

Athletics' fastest man and greatest entertainer made both those points clear on Tuesday leading to his final world championships this week.

It was an engaging hour filled with reminisces, chats about his plans and thoughts about where his troubled and soon-to-be-starless sport might be headed

Bolt pushing for glorious finale

The Jamaican sprint superstar will race for the final time at the IAAF World Championships and retire as an icon of world sport.

Bolt has openly admitted to struggles with motivation over the past two years but says the 2016 Olympic Games and the prospect of ending his career on a high have kept him going. 

The eight-time Olympic gold medallist also remains driven by greatness and is determined not to let his fans down when he makes his final competitive appearance at London Stadium.


Bolt wins final 100m before Worlds

The reigning Olympic champion clocked a season's best time of 9.95 seconds - sub-10 seconds being his target heading into the race - beating Isiah Young and Akani Simbine to first place in the standout event at the Stade Louis II.

After a slow start, Bolt pulled away from the rest of the field to bow out of the Diamond League in victorious fashion.

Having struggled with a back injury this season, Friday's win will be a boost for Bolt ahead of his final race before retiring at the World Championships.