There’s an update on the case of Usain Bolt’s missing funds.
Jan 25, 2023
Earlier in January 2023, it was reported that Usain Bolt had missing funds from his accounts at an investment firm.
Jan 19, 2023
Millions of dollars have reportedly been flushed from Olympic champion Usain Bolt’s accounts at an investment firm.
Jan 13, 2023
The world was excited when renowned Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt launched his own line of electric scooters, but now everyone is wondering what happened to the company now that its products have been scrapped and left abandoned in several U.S. cities. Bolt Mobility electric scooters made up the dockless rental company co-founded by the famed sprinter. Per reports from TechCrunch, the company has halted operations across several U.S. cities including Portland, OR, Burlington, VT, South Burlington, VT, Winooski, VT, Richmond, CA, as well as Richmond, VA. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Bolt Mobility (@bolt_now)
Sep 13, 2022
Usain Bolt has filed to trademark his signature victory pose, once again. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Usain St.Leo Bolt (@usainbolt)
Aug 24, 2022
Usain Bolt is backing yet another fitness company. The Olympian has partnered with Step App — a fitness finance (FitFi) platform. The announcement comes in with the launch of its private beta for the metaverse, according to HYPEBEAST.
Jul 21, 2022
In an ambitious effort to expand its fitness platform, Let’s Do This has raised $60 million. TechCrunch reports the Series B round was spearheaded by venture capital firms Craft Ventures and Headline. Other investors included Morpheus Ventures EQT, NFX and Y Combinator, who were joined by angel investors such as the founder of Gmail Paul Buchheit and founder of Songkick Ian Hogarth. High-profiled names who also participated in the round include Serena Williams, Usain Bolt, and U.K. gold-medal runner Paula Radcliffe.
Jun 9, 2022
Usain Bolt is as quick on his feet as he is with his business moves. As of March 30, the Olympian became the co-owner of esports organization WYLDE, Forbes reports. Although his new company is based in Dublin, Ireland, its roots are in the Caribbean — just like the Jamaican track and field star. According to the outlet, WYLDE’s teams and players are currently competitors in Rainbow Six Siege, VALORANT, Rocket League, and FIFA, which Bolt will now make a great influence on with his successful background as an eight-time Olympic gold medalist. “Usain coming on board takes WYLDE to the next level,” WYLDE co-founder David Cronin said, according to Forbes. “With his vast competitive experience and Olympic-winning mentality, his guidance will be invaluable as we continue to build professional structures to support the development of our players”.
Mar 30, 2022
Usain Bolt is arguably the greatest athlete of all time. The Olympic champion can flex eight gold medals and two record-holding spots for the 100m and 200m races, but what’s the secret to his success? According to a BBC interview, in which Bolt appears in a hologram playing virtually with reporter Steffan Powell, he cites his success on the field to the world of gaming. “ For me, those are the things that excite me about video games. Just learning and being the best at it. I feel like it kinda helped my hunger, I would say. To always want to win. But I feel like it, in a way, kind of helped out with the track and field, because now, when you get on the track, you have that same mentality as when you’re playing video games. You just want to win ,” Usain Bolt told BBC.
Dec 21, 2021
Usain Bolt is back with another power move! According to PR Newswire, the iconic Olympic Sprinter will join the advisory board for Autograph, the company leading the charge in partnerships with some of the biggest names in sports and entertainment. The company is on a mission to bring forth a new era of digital collecting and now Bolt will play a role in helping to bring that vision to life. Bolt will not only become Autograph’s Advisory Board’s newest edition, but The World’s Fastest Man will also make his non-fungible tokens (NFTs) exclusive to view through the company. The collection will be available for purchase through the DraftKings Marketplace. “We’re honored to partner with Olympic legend, Usain Bolt, and drop his first-ever NFT collection,” said CEO & Co-Founder of Autograph, Dillon Rosenblatt, in an official statement. “Autograph is committed to celebrating the careers and achievements of our content partners, and we’ll now be able to provide our community with an...
Oct 1, 2021