The world’s fastest man, Usain Bolt is making headlines again with his record breaking performance at the Olympics, especially during the 100m final where he won the gold medal; adding to his collection. All eyes will be on him for the 200m men’s final, and Bolt has gone on camera to discuss how he uses physical strength and mental agility to perform at his best.
A new DVD – Usain Bolt: The Movie – “I told you all I was going to be No. 1 and I just did that” – is released, aimed to discuss the life of the Jamaican sprinter. Put together by director and producer, Gael Leibang, the film looks at Bolt’s journey and how he prepared for the London Olympics 2012. There is also 30 minutes of footage showcasing his training sessions and in-depth interviews.
It’s an intimate look at the life of this athletic legend, in the 12 month run up to the Olympics, and it reached over 3 million viewers when it was aired last month on BBC. The film looks at Bolts childhood, his home life, and how he copes from being on the road and competing across the world.
The DVD is out to buy or rent now, and is retailed at £12.99