Jamaican sprinter, kirk wint, who won silver medal in special Olympic world games leave Usain bolt impressed. However, The now retired Bolt, was delighted with Wint’s achievement in the games so much. He took to social media to tell the world about the 17-year-old’s achievement.
Moreover, Bolt appreciated the sprinter through a tweet on Tuesday . He tweeted “Kirk Wint Jamaican Special Olympic athlete won Silver medal in 50m dash at the Special Olympic World Games in Dubai. Respect goes out to all Special Olympian #AnythingIsPossible #DontThinkLimit,”
Furthermore, Usain bolt still holds the world record of 9.58 seconds set at the World Championship in Berlin in 2009. Usain St Leo Bolt OJ CD is a Jamaican retired sprinter. He also is a world record holder in the 100 metres, 200 metres and 4 × 100 metres relay. His reign as Olympic Games champion in all of these events spans three Olympics.
Moreeover, Bolt also posted a video of Wint participating in the race. He finished second behind Israel Malik Duncan of Trinidad and Tobago with a time of 15.06 seconds. North Macedonia’s Ardian Shabani won the bronze. Furthermore, Olympic champion Bolt had met McFarlane and Green and had offered advice to the duo.