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new balance cheap running shoes A Biography Usain Bolt was born in Jamaica on August 21, 1986 in Trelawny, Jamaica. His parents are Wellesley and Jennifer Bolt. He played cricket and football in his early stages of childhood. His first school was Waldensia Primary. Bolt took part in track events and became the school's fastest runner in the 100 meters race. His next school was William Knibb Memorial High School where he played cricket. His speed on the pitch was noticed by his cricket coach who asked him to try out for track and field events. He was trained by Pablo McNeil and Dwayne Jarrett and he won the first school championships medal in 2001. Pablo McNeil became his full time coach and trained him form thereon. In 2001 he won a silver medal in CARIFTA Games in the 400 meters. He clocked in a time of 48.28 seconds. He also won a silver medal in the 200 meters and finished the race in 21.81 seconds. Usain Bolt's next appearance was in the 2001 IAAF World Youth Championships in Debrecen Hungary in the 200 meter track event. Even though he failed to qualify for the finals he clocked in a personal best of 21.73 seconds. There was another side to Usain Bolt's, he was a prankster. He was found hiding in the back of his van when he was supposed to be training for the 200m race in the CARIFTA games. He was detained by the police for his practical joke. This did not stop Usain Bolt from going to the CARIFTA games where he set championship records in 200 meters (21.12 seconds) and 400 meters (47.33 seconds). He also set championship records in the Central American and Carribean Junior Championships. Usain Bolt was recognized for his talent and sent to Kingston so that he could train with the Jamaica Amateur Athletic Association at the University of Technology, Jamaica. At the age of 15 Usain Bolt was 1.96 meters tall. In the 2002 World Junior Championships at Kingston, Jamaica he won the gold medal in the 200 meters race. This made him the youngest world junior gold medallist. He took part in two of the Jamaican sprint relays 4 x 100 meters and 4 x 400 meters and won two silver medals. At the 2003 CARIFTA games he won four gold medals and was awarded the Austin Sealy Trophy for the most outstanding athlete of the games. He won gold at the 2003 World Youth Championships. He set a championship record at the 200 meters clocking in a time of 20.40 seconds in spite of a gusty head wind. He went on to win the IAAF Rising Star Award. Usain Bolt then focussed his attention on the 200 meters track event. In this event he equalled Roy Martin's World Junior record of 20.13 seconds at the PanAmerican Junior Championships. In the 2003, Senior World Championships, Bolt beat all new comers in the trials. He could not participate in the finals due to conjunctivitis. He then focussed on getting into the Jamaican Olympic team. In 2004 Usain Bolt entered the international arena under the guidance of his new coach Fitz Coleman. In the CARIFTA games in Bermuda he was the first junior to run the 200 meters in less than 20 seconds and broke the world record. Usain Bolt could not take part in the 2004 World Junior Championships due to a hamstring injury. In 2005 Usain Bolt made a fresh start. Glen Mills took over as his coach and he won the 200 meters at the London Crystal Palace. He clocked in a time of 19.99 seconds in this race. In 2006 he set a record time of 19.88 seconds at the Grand Prix in Lausanne, Switzerland. At the Reebok Grand Prix in New York on May 31, 2008 he set a new world record in the 100 meter event and clocked in a time of 9.72 seconds and broke the earlier record of 9.74 seconds set by Powell. In the 2009 Berlin World Championships he created a new record of 9.58 seconds. He also broke his own 200 meters record by 0.11 seconds. He was honoured for his remarkable performance as the World Athlete of the Year in 2008 and 2009. Usain Bolt won the 2010 IAAF Diamond League. He went on to win the 100 meters at the Athletissima meet in Lausanne. He also won at the Meeting Areva in Paris. In 2011 Daegu World Championships Bolt was disqualified for a false start but he won the 200 meters. He also won the gold medal in 4 X 100 meters relay setting a world record of 37.04 seconds along with his team mates. At the London Olympics in 2012, Bolt became the first to win gold medals in both the 100 meters and 200 meters track events a first time in history. Usain Bolt is an inspiration for all athletes around the world. Usain Bolt has streaked across to many victories and created history in the world of sports. He is the fastest and the very best!! Watch out world there is still more to come, his story is not over.