Usain Bolt Celebrates 37th Birthday – Kasi Sings Funny B-Day Song plus More – Watch Videos

Monday, August 21, marks the 37th birthday of Jamaican track and field great Usain St. Leo Bolt. Less than 40 years old, Bolt has cemented himself in sport as a legend whose excellence and charisma on and off the track made him the face of track and field and, to an extent, Jamaica.

As Bolt celebrates the dawn of a new year in his life, his longtime partner, entrepreneur and philanthropist Kasi Bennett, penned a touching message to the former sprinter.


Bennett also gave Bolt a birthday serenade to kick off the special occasion, later sharing a message to her partner in a post to Instagram with an accompanying video collage of Bolt and their children. Joking that she would be sparing him this year from any embarrassing videos, Bennett gushed over Bolt in the post’s caption.

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In regards to how the young legend will be spending his birthday, he is already receiving birthday wishes from his friends and family, with disc jockey Tricia ‘ZJ Sparks’ Spence sharing a video of the pair and friends playing a game of Ludi in her happy birthday post.

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Raised in the parish of Trelawly in the small community of Sherwood Content, Bolt’s current life of stardom is drastically different from his rural upbringing with parents Wellesley and Jennifer Bolt. However, his passion for sports has always been present, playing cricket and football in his youth until he was pushed towards a career in track by his coach.

Track and field proved to be precisely the right sport for young Bolt, and at 15 years old, he became the youngest-ever male World Junior champion in 2002 at the IAAF World Junior Championships. Setting his first 100m world record in 2008, the sprinter would go on to dominate the sport with unprecedented wins and records in the 100m and 200m that remain unbeaten to this day.

Bolt celebrating with his parents, Wellesley and Jennifer Bolt, at the 2015 World Championships in Beijing.
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Securing three consecutive Olympic titles in the 100m and 200m at the Beijing, London, and Rio de Janeiro Olympics in 2008, 2012, and 2016, respectively, Bolt would retire in 2017 with a total of eight Olympic gold medals, as well as 11 gold medals from the World Championships. Bolt’s confidence and personable personality allowed him to rise to unique stardom as a Jamaican sprinter, with international brand Puma signing a lifetime partnership deal with the sports celebrity.

The 37-year-old has now ventured into music and is the father of three children, Olympia Bolt, Saint Leo Bolt, and Thunder Bolt, whom he shares with partner Kasi Bennett.


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