I Am Bolt

I Am Bolt
I Am Bolt




105 minutes


Documentary, Sport



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The achievements of Jamaican megastar and global icon Usain Bolt are extraordinary: nine Olympic gold medals, countless world championships and multiple world records. Together with this, his charismatic showmanship has endeared him to millions, often heralded as the great hope for a sport mired in controversy over the use of performance enhancing drugs. This documentary goes behind the scenes on his rigorous training regime, as well as the day-to-day obligations that come with being one of the most recognisable faces in sport, incorporating footage shot by the man himself. Chronicling the setbacks as well as the triumphs, the film showcases the dedication required to reach such a remarkable pinnacle of excellence.

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Mild bad language, drug references.

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