The Jamaican is the world record holder in both the 100m and 200m, records he set during the 2009 World Championships.
Usain Bolt is considered the greatest sprinter of all time and his titles definitely come with a price tag.
The Jamaican is the world record holder in both the 100m and 200m, records he set during the 2009 World Championships in Berlin, Germany, when he was 22 years old.
18:14 - 10.09.2023
Kenya took center stage at the Great North Run half marathon, with Peres Jepchirchir clinching the women's title in a compelling fashion.
The father of three has managed to make a name for himself over the years and working with him will definitely require you to have big chunks of money.
As reported by Essentially Sports, Bolt’s net worth is approximately $90 million which amounts to Ksh 12,941,370,810. In a year, Bolt makes around $20 million which is Ksh 2,923,000,000.
Back in his track career days, it’s reported that he was paid $2.2 million (Ksh 318,004,053) for just appearing on race tracks and winning those races.
However, due to fraudulent activities reported against Stocks and Securities Limited (SSL), Bolt unfortunately lost around $13 million (Ksh 1,899,950,000) earlier this year.
20:30 - 10.09.2023
The South Sudanese feel the meeting with Kenya is just what they need having suffered a heavy loss to Mali last week
Following his retirement, the endorsement deals came for Bolt at a rapid pace. His first sponsor was Puma back when they signed him in 2002.
Digicel, a mobile company, became his next favourite sponsor. It was reported that the Puma contract which initially started from $1.5 million (Ksh 216,820,945) rose to $10 million (Ksh 1,461,500,000).