Usain Bolt Rock-Star Ride
Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt Rock-Star Ride in ranking 45 on the 2014 Forbes’ list of the 100 highest paid athletes. Bolt’s earnings the past twelve months were estimated at US$23.2 million with $23 M from endorsements and $200 K in winnings. The star athlete endorsement deal with Puma through 2016 earns him close to $10 million a year.
As Usain continues his dream journey in track & field, his earnings far out pace the top sprinters in the history of the game. As track and field agent Paul Doyle once said, “Bolt is the highest paid athlete in the history of track and field, but he’s also probably the most underpaid athlete in the history of track and field.” As the saying goes, “Timing is Everything”, and Mr. Bolt timing in track and field could not have been better as he continue to dominate the sports both on the track and off with his earnings.
Usain Bolt Rock-Star Ride has transcended the track and field world the way Mohammed Ali did in boxing. But because of “Timing”, the paychecks are astronomical. Now Usain Bolt is high in demand and attracts crowd just as Tiger Woods did in golf and Venus and Serena Williams did in Tennis. Usain Bolt Rock-Star Ride have the Jamaican residence sitting front row next to Tennis Legend Serena Williams during the 2014 Basketball Championship game of Tim Duncan & Tony Parker San Antonio Spurs victory against Lebron James and Dwyane Wade Miami Heat .