With an effortless ability to succeed, Usain St. Leo Bolt is a 21st-century King Midas, achieving gold time and again, in a way the world has rarely seen. The fastest man in history with a 100m record of 9.58 seconds, the 29-year-old Jamaican is the greatest sprinter of all time. At the 2008 Beijing Olympics he became the first athlete ever to win consecutive gold medals in the 100m and 200m plus the 4X100m relay. But Bolt went from a super-athlete to true legend when he successfully defended all three Olympic titles at London 2012. When he won three more golds at the 2015 World Championships, Bolt became the first man in any discipline to complete a “triple-triple”, making him the most successful athlete in the history of the IAAF athletics world championships.