And now, after retiring from track and field earlier this month, Bolt said he plans to launch his very own restaurant empire around the world. The Olympic gold-medallist sprinter already has two Tracks & Records restaurants in Kingston and St Ann, Jamaica and now plans to open a further 15 in the United Kingdom over the next five years, following his recent retirement from athletics.
That is some high-quality-looking fast food.
According to The Caterer magazine, the menu will offer authentic Jamaican cuisine including jerk pork and chicken cooked on a coal fire, janga soup, rice and peas, rum barbecue wings, curried mutton, fish sandwiches, and the athlete's speciality - "burgers à la Usain".
The first Track & Records diner opened in the Jamaican capital of Kingston in 2011 and the business opened its first franchised restaurant on the Caribbean island previous year. It now has a restaurant in the resort town of Ocho Rios and is planning another opening in Montego Bay. It's safe to say that Tracks & Records is probably going to be a smash hit in the UK. "London has always been a special place for me ..." Billed as a sports bar, there are plenty of references to Bolt, down to the logo, which shows a silhouette of Bolt in his signature pose. That makes some sense, too, as it's where Bolt won three gold medals while at the 2012 Summer Games in London.