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Bolt's home robbed on Wednesday

KINGSTON, Jamaica – The home of Jamaica’s 2008 Olympic Games hero Usain Bolt, was broken into and robbed in the wee hours of Wednesday morning, as his younger brother Sadeke Bolt slept in another room of the house, unharmed, throughout the whole incident.

KINGSTON, Jamaica – The home of Jamaica’s 2008 Olympic Games hero Usain Bolt, was broken into and robbed in the wee hours of Wednesday morning, as his younger brother Sadeke Bolt slept in another room of the house, unharmed, throughout the whole incident.

The irony is, this robbery took place just mere hours before Usain laced up his spikes in the city of Ostrava Czechoslovakia, more than 26 hours of flying time away, to bring more joy to the proud nation of Jamaica, located  South of Florida, in the Caribbean sea…..READ MORE

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