As Usain Bolt prepares to take his final bow on the world stage at the World Championships in London, Press Association Sport reviews the Jamaican sprinter’s career in numbers.
9.58 sec – Bolt’s 100m world record, set at the 2009 World Championships in Berlin.
19.19 sec – his 200m record from the same Championships.
36.84 sec – he holds a complete set of sprint world records after Jamaica’s relay efforts at the London 2012 Olympics.
27.79mph – Bolt’s fastest recorded speed on the track. It was measured from his time of 1.61 seconds for the 60-to-80m split in his record 100m run in Berlin.
8 – Olympic gold medals on Bolt’s record. He lost another from the 4x100m relay at Beijing 2008 when team-mate Nesta Carter failed a retrospective drugs test.
11 – world titles.
4 – times Bolt has been named Laureus World Sportsman of the Year.
6 – he has been named IAAF Male Athlete of the Year half a dozen times.