Eight-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt retired from the track in 2017 and is currently playing soccer right now. But clearly, the sprinter hasn’t lost his speed because Saturday at this year’s Super Bowl Experience event, where people can see how they handle NFL combine challenges, Bolt tied John Ross' NFL combine record.
At the NFL combine in 2017, Benglas wide receiver John Ross set the record for fastest 40 time at an incredible 4.22 seconds. Right after that Ross challenged Bolt to a race which never happened.
If you look at the video above, this is just flat out impress and you can even see him slowing down at the end of the footage.
Bolt retired from racing after the 2017 world championships, where he finished third in his last 100-meter race and close in his final race, the 4×100-meter relay. Still, that 2009 still-standing world record and all that hardware speak for themselves.
Photo: Screenshot Simon Crosse