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I Am Bolt Trailer


Usain Bolt is the fastest runner in recorded history with a record of 9.58 seconds in a 100 metre dash. He has nine Olympic gold medals and is marked as an eleven-time World Champion Athlete. But despite this, the aptly named Bolt has never forgotten his modest beginnings in Kingston, Jamaica. He's never taken his talent for granted and remains a humble human being who is ultimately adored by everyone he meets. In his new documentary, he talks about what's it's like to be a world champion and a record holder; the pressure it brings to him, the gruelling training that isn't always an enjoyable experience, and the ever more ungodly hours at which he has to awaken. Within this candid look at his world, he confesses that even though he is the fastest sprinter in history, he still gets nervous before he has to race and always worries about whether or not he is still fast.

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Pele - Celebrities take part in Soccer Aid a biennial sporting event raising funds for UNICEF. This Year Pelé is guest of honour at the tenth anniversary of the event - Manchester, United Kingdom - Sunday 5th June 2016

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Pele - Celebrities take part in Soccer Aid a biennial sporting event raising funds for UNICEF. This Year Pelé is guest of honour at the tenth anniversary of the event - Manchester, United Kingdom - Sunday 5th June 2016

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Ray Parlour - Former Arsenal football player Ray Parlour signs copies of his autobiography 'The Romford Pele' - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 11th May 2016

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Pele and Ray Parlour
Pele and Ray Parlour
Pele and Ray Parlour
Pele and Ray Parlour

Pelé and Kane Swerner - Soccer legend Pelé launches new App at The SoHo Apple store - New York City, New York, United States - Thursday 3rd April 2014

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Pelé and Kane Swerner
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Marcia Aoki and Pele - amfAR Inspiration Gala against AIDS in Sao Paulo - Sao Paulo, Brazil - Friday 5th April 2013

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Once In A Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story Of The New York Cosmos Review


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Like most people, I couldn't care less about professional soccer, but the U.S. in the 1970s is a wholly different story. Hell, from the exhorbitant length of the title of Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos alone you can tell that this particular era in soccer history really resonated.

And kudos to Once in a Lifetime for jogging my memory about one of the most peculiar eras in pro sports. For a few short years, pro soccer teams were selling out some of the largest venues in America: 75,000 would turn out to watch the New York Cosmos (with superstar Pelé at the helm) kick a little white ball around on a giant field of grass. By comparison, the most popular team in baseball, the New York Yankees, currently draw about 52,000 people to see each game.

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I Am Bolt Trailer

I Am Bolt Trailer

Usain Bolt is the fastest runner in recorded history with a record of 9.58 seconds...

Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos Movie Review

Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos Movie Review

Like most people, I couldn't care less about professional soccer, but the U.S. in the...

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