American athlete Usain Bolt officially becomes a player

The legendary athlete of the world track and field Usain Bolt has just caught the curiosity of sports fans when he revealed that he has signed a football club.

According to USA Today, the athlete who was dubbed the “fastest man in the world” revealed that he had just signed a contract with a professional football club on his Twitter account, in the video posted on his Twitter account on February 25 last year. Bolt has boasted that he has signed a contract with a football club, but Usain Bolt made a statement that made fans wait until on February 27, he would reveal the name of the team that he joined.


Earlier, after breaking up the speed race last year, Bolt repeatedly asserted that he was serious about pursuing a career as a professional footballer and a trial at Dortmund club. Recently, the 32-year-old legend of the world track and field also said that he would go to Germany to train with Borussia Dortmund from March. But, in his heart, Bolt (who holds the world record running 100 m and 200 m) seemed more interested in joining Manchester United because he was an ardent supporter of the Manchester team.

According to USA Today, there are not many clues about the team that decided to try their luck with the character who owns up to 8 Olympic gold medals and also has no experience in playing professional football. The only clue may be the Puma-sponsored teams because this is a long-term brand with the famous Jamaican athletes. This inadvertently eliminates the possibility that teams are sponsored by Nike or Adidas.


Dortmund Club is the team that creates conditions for Bolt to train in the near future, which is the club using Puma’s outfit. However, Bolt can also come to England because in the Premier League currently there are 4 clubs branded on sponsorship including Burnley, Huddersfield Town, Leicester City and … Arsenal.

5 great American movies about athletics inspired by real stories

There are runners, there are amateurs and there are also runners to forget the sadness in life. Whoever they are, during training and competition, they push their bodies, hearts and spirits through countless external and internal obstacles.

Without Limits

The movie “Without Limits” was filmed under the direction of director Robert Towne. The film premiered in 1998. The film is a true story built from the tragic life of Steve Prefontaine (played by Billy Crudup), an American athlete. participated in the Munich Olympics in 1972. The life of this stubborn but passionate athlete ended when he was only 24 years old and was about to reach the peak of his career by a tragic car accident. dire. Although life and career path is very short, the story of Steve Prefontaine has become a phenomenon that attracts and inspires generations of athletes as well as fans for decades.


Spirit of the Marathon

Film tells about marathon runners. The motivation to run is different for each person (the person running for the prize, the person running for shirt, the person running to forget the unfortunate marriage, …). Their training process is completely different, even the running time is different, some people cross the ice to the finish line, some people slowly run,… The film is an inspiring journey of steadfastness and personal endeavor beyond those of the same passion for running.


Chariots Of Fire

The film tells the story of two athletes, one of whom is Jewish, who strives to achieve high performance amid the anti-Semitic atmosphere rising in Europe. Although only using the anonymous cast, Chariots Of Fire still won the Academy Award for Best Film in the surprise of many people. The film is inspired by one of the outstanding stories in the old Bible.


Saint Ralph

The film focuses on Ralph Walker, a teenager who attends a Catholic school. His father was killed during World War II and his mother was hospitalized with unspecified illness. Ralph naturally tends to be naughty and often finds himself abandoned among classmates. He tried to imitate adults and was arrested for smoking and masturbating by Headmaster Fitzpatrick. Ralph has been labelled a troublemaker, forced to join the school’s Cross team to control him.


When Ralph’s mother fell into a coma, he said that there would be a miracle for her to survive. While racing against coach Hibbert, a former world-class marathoner who was forced to give up with a knee injury, vowed to be a miracle if one of his team members won the Boston Marathon. Ralph decided to do it because he hoped that strange magic would save his mother’s life.

The beauty of American supermodels dominates the fashion world

Long legs with American beauty always stand out in the fashion world with strong, generous and seductive beauty.

In the middle of the image of the blonde model, traditional blue eyes, the legendary supermodel Cindy Crawford brings the image of a long leg with brown hair, charming mole, personality and charm. In the late 80s and 90s, Cindy Crawford was considered one of the most successful models with more than 400 times on the covers of famous magazines such as Vogue, People, Harper’s Bazaar,…

The first model to earn $ 100 an hour, Suzy Parker was the face of American beauty during the 1940s and early 1960s. With the character in the film “Funny Face” in 1957, she inspired for the famous actress Audrey Hepbum.


Famous for her sexy eyes and fiery body, supermodel Stephanie Seymour brings a passionate passionate beauty. She is the familiar face of more than 300 magazines such as Vogue, Playboy,,… and is also known as one of the hottest and most expensive lingerie models of Victoria’s Secret.

Beverly Johnson was the first black model to appear on the cover of Vogue America magazine in August 1974. She was once voted by The New York Times as one of the most influential figures of the 20th century fashion industry when changing the concept of beauty in the field of fashion.


Owning classic beauty and elegance, Christy Turlington deserves to be in the list of 5 legendary models of fashion world. She has a huge income of up to 800,000 USD / 12 days with Maybeline. In addition, she also participated in fashion campaigns of Calvin Klein, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Prada …

Kate Upton is like the ambassador of the liberal and fiery American beauty with a charming face, dark eyebrows, bobbing blonde hair, a mole on the corner of her lips provocatively. She appeared on the covers of leading magazines such as Vogue, GQ, Sports Illustrated.

Hilary Rhoda is one of the new generation supermodels in the most popular supermodels in the United States today. Not only possessing a perfect body, but also a beautiful face with a beautiful classic charm also helps Hilary appear in many advertising campaigns of big brands such as Balenciaga, Valentino, Dolce & Gabbana, …


In the current model village, Kendall Jenner is the world’s most famous young star. She came to the world of fashion with her noble beauty and irresistible charm. Kendall Jenner was also honored as the world’s highest-paid model in 2017, surpassing veteran supermodel Gisele Bündchen.

Gigi Hadid is a strange feature of the world model village with a athletic body and simple style but still exudes charm. Gigi Hadid is currently one of the most expensive advertising faces today.

Karlie Kloss’s natural and special charm creates an attractive effect that is hard to resist. With the impressive catwalk, great acting in front of the camera, Karlie is increasingly admired by the international fashion industry. and admire. She was recognized by Vogue Paris as one of the top 30 models in the 2000s.

Djokovic gave up in round 4 of the US Open

First seed Novak Djokovic withdrew on the grounds of injury, while losing to Stan Wawrinka 4-6, 5-7, 1-2 at September 1st night.

Djokovic led 19-5 in the head-to-head record, but Wawrinka was the winner in two of the last three confrontations in the Grand Slam. In New York three years ago, he won the championship.

In the first four games, no player had a chance to win the game to catch the ball. The backhand error caused Djokovic to face two break-points and Wawrinka did not miss the opportunity to take the lead 3-2.

The Swiss player plays the game and takes advantage of the heavy serve. The first set closed after eight acres of the seed number 23. Wawrinka had 10 winner points, four points ahead of Djokovic.

After the lackluster opening set, the number one player in the world played better. Djokovic won the first game and took only one point in the next game to lead 3-0. He faced two risk of losing the game delivered at 4-2 but saved only the first break-point, before breaking a delicious forehand.


Since that time, Wawrinka has completely mastered the game. The 34-year-old pulled the opponent into the durable ball, breaking the solid defensive posture from the bottom line of Djokovic. Wawrinka closed the second set of wins after winning another ball game in the 11th game. In this set, both had the same six winner points, but the defending champion Djokovic made 17 self-defeating errors, many 10 opponents more error.

Famous for his ability to return effectively, but in this match, Djokovic was unable to make a comeback in front of the accurate and perfect performance of the Swiss player. Wawrinka lost just six of 38 serve points before Djokovic gave up when he was leading 1-2 in the third set on the left shoulder injury.

During the match, Djokovic had a total of 35 self-defeating errors, nearly double the number of similar errors of the opponent, while the winner score was two points worse than Wawrinka. The number one seed only successfully takes advantage of one of its five break-point opportunities.


“I’m sorry for Novak. He’s a great friend and also the defending champion. We have faced each other in many good matches. I hope to be able to maintain a high level after the game tonight”, Stan Wawrinka said after the game.

Having won four titles in the last five Grand Slams, Djokovic clearly did not hide his disappointment when he missed the chance to defend the US Open championship. “It’s not the first or last to give up due to injury in a big tournament, but I still feel hurt having to leave the tournament this way”, he said.

Wawrinka’s upcoming opponent will be Daniil Medvedev, the young Russian player who won the right to play the first Grand Slam quarter-final with a 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, 7-6 victory over Dominik Koepfer.

The two players only met once only in the first round of Wimbledon 2017, where Medvedev won after four sets.

3 American track and field athletes become legendary of Olympic

The cheering cheers of fans are the motivation for the athletes to be excited. The awards ceremony was solemn and tearful of those who had much hardship to get the medals. Olympic is a major sporting event for athletes.

Three of the athletes have become legendary since then.

1. Babe Didrikson Zaharias

Babe Didrikson Zaharias only attended the Olympics in the US but still is an athlete with the most remarkable achievements. In Los Angeles in 1932, Zaharias was physically fit to qualify for the five athletics qualifiers but was only allowed to take three tests (prescribed for female athletes at the time). She won the gold medal in javelin throws, 80 m in hurdles and silver medals in high jumps.


Outside of the Olympics, Zaharias is good at basketball, handball, volleyball, tennis, diving, boxing, cycling, ice skating, bowling, billiards and golf. And it is said, if Zaharias was born in a time when women were more respected, she would have proved more. With her ability, she contributed to breaking down barriers, paving the way for attending other sports of talented female athletes.

2. George Eyser

The next Olympic legend is a member of the gymnastics sport, who caused the turmoil of the 1904 Olympic Games named George Eyser. At the end of the Olympics, he won 3 Gold Medals, 2 Silver Medals and 1 Bronze Medal – in one day. In one day, George Eyser completed the balance-of-course competitions, jumping horses, swinging ropes, double beams… There were many athletes who won many medals, but at an Olympics, the disabled achieved achievements.


Such a record has not had a precedent. He had an accident that lost his left leg and an artificial leg did not stop him from enjoying sports. At the time without synthetic fibers as well as other synthetic plastic materials, it was clear what George Eyser did was a great effort. Until 1948, the new Paralympic handicapped playground began to be organized and preceded to attend the Olympics with the fake leg not repeated until 2008 at the Beijing Olympics.

3. Jesse Owens

Jesse Owens, an American colored athlete who has proven to be an innate athlete, has made respectable records since his time in middle school. Before attending the Olympics, he broke three world records.


On his first day at the Olympics, he won a 100m Gold Medal, setting the world record with a record of 10.3 seconds. The next day, he won the Gold medal to jump away with the achievement of 8.06m – Olympic record. On the third day of competition, he broke another Olympic record at the 200m run with a 20.7 second achievement. The final day of athletics, surprisingly, added a world record and another Olympic record, he established the Gold Medal at the men’s 4x100m relay range.

American track and field athlete Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce

The relatively popular athlete became the first Caribe woman to win a gold medal at 100m content.

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, OD (Born on December 27, 1986) is a Jamaican athlete. Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Fraser-Pryce became famous in the 2008 Summer Olympics when he was 21 years old.

In the 100 m content at the 2012 Summer Olympics, she successfully defended her title, becoming the third woman to win two consecutive 100 m gold medals at the Olympics. After winning a bronze medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics, she became the first woman in history to win a 100-year content medal at three consecutive Olympic Games.


Fraser-Pryce has won a 100 m content gold medal in the 2009 IAAF World Championship, becoming the second female sprinter to hold both the world title and the 100 Olympic Games at the same time (after Gail Devers). After winning the world title in 2015 for 100 m content, she was the only female to be awarded a gold medal in the world content 100m three times (2009, 2013, 2015). She is also the only female athlete to top both the world championships and the Olympic Games in non-consecutive times when she won the 2008 and 2009 Olympic Games titles and then the Olympics title. In the 2013 and 2013 Olympics. In the 2013 IAAF World Championship, she became the first female sprinter to win a gold medal in 100 m, 200 m and 4 × 100 m in a single world championship. Fraser-Pryce was the first woman to own the IAAF’s world title in content 60 m, 100 m, 200 m, and 4 × 100 m relay and was the only woman ever to hold it all at the same time.


Nicknamed the “Pocket Rocket” for her petite figure (she was only 1.52 m tall) and began to explode, she was ranked fourth in the list of 25 best-performing female athletes in content. The 100m female sprinter with the best individual was 10.70 seconds set in Kingston, Jamaica in 2012. Her achievements and consistency have made Olympian and sports commentator Michael Johnson call her “The greatest female sprinter of all time”. After her victory of 100 m content at the 2015 World Championship, the IAAF also called her “the greatest female sprinter in history”.

The 70-year-old American athlete died after being suspected of cheating to set a record

Frank Meza’s body was found on the river on July 4, shortly after he was cancelled from running for suspected fraud at the Los Angeles Marathon.

According to the Los Angeles Police Department, the Frank Meza body was discovered in shallow water on the Los Angeles River, Cypress Park area, around July 4 at 10 am. Authorities have not disclosed the cause of death, but they exclude the possibility that the 70-year-old runner drowned.

Meza is arguing with the achievement of running a marathon (42,195 km) in 2 hours 53 minutes 10 seconds at the Los Angeles Marathon in March. If the result is recognized, the 70-year-old doctor will set a record of the 70-74 age group. However, the organizers cancelled Meza’s results due to suspected fraud.


The results of a survey, based on video footage and security cameras of many shops along the way, show that Mr.Meza sometimes disappeared from the track and appeared in another location. Meza dismissed the suspicion, saying that he left the track to find the toilet and later found it. The doctor also plans to join the Los Angeles Marathon 2020, running with his supervisor to prove he is fraudulent and can complete a marathon under 3 hours.

After Meza’s death, his wife, Tina, told The Daily Beast that her husband felt shattered by allegations of fraud. “Jogging is very important for my husband. He has been running marathons for 30 or 40 years. Meza is very fast and sad when he can’t run a marathon anymore”, Tina said.

According to Tina, on the morning of July 4, Meza told her that he went out for a run. “I said ‘it will be good for you”, and he said: “See you later”. About 10 o’clock, the lifeguard found Meza in the river. “That’s all we know “, his wife. Meza said.


Before the scandal in March, Meza was known to be an active member of the community, providing low-cost medical services, advising Latin students and being an assistant athlete at a college preparatory school Los Angeles Loyola High. The school presenter said Meza had quit her job in June for health reasons.

“The past few weeks have been quite a difficult time. He’s a great friend, a positive spirit with many people in the jogging community and more than that for decades. This is a big loss”, Rich Gonzalez writes on Twitter after learning the news of Meza’s death. “There are many things that happened regarding him. We will cherish great memories with a great person”.

Top 4 legendary track and field athletes of Olympic

The cheering cheers of fans are the motivation for the athletes to be excited. The awards ceremony was solemn and tearful of those who had much hardship to get the medals. Olympic is a major sporting event for athletes. Four of the athletes have become legendary since then.

1. Thomas Bimis and Nikolaos Siranidis

Two athletes bouncing Thomas Bimis (29) and Nikolaos Siranidis (28) are said to have no chance of receiving medals at the Olympics Athens in 2004. Ignoring public opinion, the two athletes won the first gold medal for Greece at the Olympics that year, won the first gold medal in Greece’s Olympic history. They are really a surprise of this Olympics.


Both performed a great performance in men’s 3m double jump content to win the championship against the strong traditional rivals such as China, Russia, America, Germany and Australia …

All Greek people were choked with emotion when the athletes won the gold medal from the bottom of the pool. Immediately after the judges announced the results, the heroic couple was surrounded by all the fans present on the day, they sang, danced and waved Greek flags with newly established pride.

2. Babe Didrikson Zaharias

Babe Didrikson Zaharias only attended the Olympics in the US but still is an athlete with the most remarkable achievements. In Los Angeles in 1932, Zaharias was physically fit to qualify for the five athletics qualifiers but was only allowed to take three tests (prescribed for female athletes at the time). She won the gold medal in javelin throws, 80 m hurdles and silver medals in high jumps.


Outside of the Olympics, Zaharias is good at basketball, handball, volleyball, tennis, diving, boxing, cycling, ice skating, bowling, billiards and golf. And it is said, if Zaharias was born in a time when women were more respected, she would have proved more. With her ability, she contributed to breaking down barriers, paving the way for attending other sports of talented female athletes.

3. Larisa Latynina

Larisa Latynina until now is still a myth that cannot be overthrown in Olympic history. She is not only a gymnastics athlete winning medals in all content, but her achievement of winning 18 medals at three Olympic Games for the former Soviet Union has not been defeat.


Latynina is a strange gymnastics athlete. In 1956 at the Olympics held in Melbourne/Sydney, she won four gold medals, 1 silver medal and 1 bronze medal. Four years later in Rome, she continued to receive 3 gold medals, 2 silver medals, 1 bronze medal. In 1964, she won two more medals each to put into her collection.

That’s just the Olympic medal. In her time, she also won 14 more medals (9 gold medals, 4 silver medals, 1 bronze medal) at the world championships. At European championships, she also has 14 medals. Even the medal she won when she was pregnant.

Top 4 famous female track and field athletes

The list of famous female track and field athletes, listed according to their prominence with the image when available. This list of the greatest female athletes and athletes contains the most prominent and top women known as athletes and track and field athletes.

There are thousands of women working as athletes around the world, but this list only highlights the most notable ones. Historical athletes and trackers have worked hard to become the best athlete possible, so if you are a woman who aspires to be an athlete and track and field athlete, the people below will inspire you.

Leryn Franco is listed (or ranked) 1 in the list of famous female track and field athletes

Leryn Franco

Her full name is Leryn Dahiana Franco Steneri and everyone knows her as a Paraguayan model and athlete. She specialized in throwing javelins and became an Internet sensation in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Her personal best shot was 57.77 meters, reached in June 2012 at Barquisimeto.


Lolo Jones

Lori “Lolo” Jones is an American athlete, specializing in 60 and 100 meter obstacles. She won three NCAA titles and won 11 American titles while at LSU. She won the 2007, 2008 and 2009 domestic titles in the 60-meter hurdles, with a gold medal in the World Indoor Championships in 2008 and 2010. She was favored to win. at 100 m content at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, but surpassed the hurdles, ending in seventh place. She continued to win the silver medal at the 2008 World Athletics Final. Jones is the American record holder in the 60m obstacles with time 7.72. Jones also competed as a woman in the United States swaying team.


Jessica Enni-Hill

Jessica Ennis-Hill, CBE, née Enni, is an English athlete and athlete, specializing in multi-disciplinary competitions and a 100-meter hurdle. As a member of Sheffield City Athletics Club, she is the current Olympic sports champion. She is also a former three-world and world championship champion and a former five-world champion in the world. She is the current British national record holder for the monochord.


Yelena Isinbayeva

Yelena Gadzhievna Isinbayeva is an extreme Russian drilling machine. She is an Olympic gold medal twice, a world champion three times, the current world record holder in the event, who is considered the greatest female pole of all time. Isinbayeva has been a great champion in nine times. She also won the jackpot of the IAAF Golden League series in 2007 and 2009. After poor performances at the 2009 and 2010 world championships, she took a year off from sports. She became the first woman to erase the five meter barrier in 2005. The current world record that she made is 5.06 m outdoors, set in Zurich in August 2009.


America dominates athletics in the world home

This is the first major athletics tournament without Russian athletes after athletics in the country is banned from playing for doping scandals and it is no surprise that on the final day of competition, American athletes won gold medals at The contents are 4x400m relay of male and female, 1,500m of nan, long jump of male and high jump of female.

Closing 4 days of competition and the Oregon Convention Center is always packed with audiences, America leads the ranking of medals with 13 gold medals, 6 silver medals and 4 bronze medals. In fact, with 23 medals of all kinds, the US also broke their own record in 1999 when winning 19 medals. If only counting the gold medals, the US also surpassed its achievements in 2012 as 10 gold medals.

Second place is Ethiopia, the country that has been warned may be banned from playing if it does not improve the anti-doping program, after they have won 2 more gold medals on the last day of competition. Among these, the star Genzebe Dibaba successfully defended the title at her 3,000m content. This is the third consecutive gold medal that Dibaba won in the world indoor track and field competition, after winning 1,500m in 2012 and 3,000m in 2014 in Sopot, Poland.


Earlier, Dibaba’s teammates in the Ethiopian athletics team Yomif Kejelcha won the gold medal at the men’s 3,000m content when he finished with a score of 7: 57.21, ranked on Ryan Hill of the United States and Augustine Choge of Kenya.

However, if you talk about a star athlete in the world, it must be the young American talent, Vashti Cunningham in the high jump content of women. Despite being 18 years and 62 days old, Cunningham won gold medals with a jump at 1.96m and became the youngest American athlete to win a medal in the world athletics tournament. This achievement helped her to overcome Ruth Beitia of Spain and Kamila Licwinko of Poland.


Interestingly, the legendary quarterback daughter of the American football club, the Philadelphia Eagles, Randall Cunningham was only present in Portland after a special invitation from the International Federation of Athletics Associations (IAAF).

Even so, the school girl at Bishop Gorman High School, Nevada did not show her overwhelmed by such a big event and conquering 4 markings the first time.

According to IAAF, 39,283 viewers went to the Oregon Convention Center center to track athletics in the world. This number is considered a good sign in the track and field season, still entangled in the doping scandal that has lasted for months.

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