The movie that was premiered in London on November 28 focuses on the life and legacy on the fastest man in history. A list of sporting super stars and other celebrities were in attendance to show their respect and gratitude to one of the greatest icon in sport whom is expected to retire in 2017.
Footballing stars Raheem Sterling, Cesc Fabregas, Santi Cazorla, Olivier Giroud and Robert Pires. One Direction’s Liam Payne, tennis great Boris Becker, pop stars Geri Horner from the Spice Girls. Former Jamaican sprint great Merlene Ottey was also present.
“I am extremely proud of him. He has given the country so much of a lift in terms of unity, positives and gives a lot for the kids to look up to. To me, he is a national hero. People are sad that he might be moving out of track and field soon, but whatever he puts his mind to, he will do well,” Sean Paul said.
Bolt, became the first person to win three consecutive 100 and 200 meters Olympic golds in Rio de Janeiro last summer and is a world record holder in the two events “I could feel all emotions throughout everything, like I was reliving my life again when I was watching that,” he said of the film.
“That’s what I wanted people to see, the struggles, the pain, the triumph, the stress that I’ve been through and then have more insight also on my life.”