Earlier today (May 25) Usain Bolt won the 100 meters in 10.04 seconds at the Golden Spike meet, his first victory in Europe leading to the London Olympics.
The Jamaican had a slow start but pulled ahead in the final meters. He failed to improve his season best of 9.82 from a May meet in Jamaica. Kim Collins of St. Kitts and Nevis finished second in 10.19, followed by Darvis Patton of the U.S. in 10.22.
“It’s hard to explain,” Bolt said. “I don’t really know what went wrong.”
And in other Bolt news, the sprinter spent time with Puerto Rican beauty Joan Smalls shooting their Vogue photo spread at his training grounds located at the University of the West Indies Mona.
Rocking Puma by Cedella Marley (who is designing the outfits for the Jamaican Olympic team) Bolt posed with Smalls in a car and on the field. At one point they were joined by students from Kingston’s Unity Prep school on the track.
The Vogue fashion shoot was captured in the filming of a documentary on the three-time Olympic Gold medalist called “Cut to the Chase” by filmmaker Josh Rothstein.
Pree the eye candy below. Laaad gaad, that damn body.