Track and field got a rare appearance in a major American sports publication on Wednesday as USA Today delivered a front-page feature on Jamaican sprint star Usain Bolt.
Bolt went into great depth about his day-by-day life, including his psychological advantages, role as the sport’s top performer, potential future in soccer, and infamous party life.
For the full article in USA Today, visit here.
Bolt is certainly a global superstar, but often does not get his full share of attention in the United States like American Olympian Michael Phelps does. If Bolt was American, he would be on the celebrity level of prior stars Carl Lewis and Marion Jones (pre-steroids) who had the ability to increase the popularity of track in this country.