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IAAF President Sebastian Coe Hopes Usain Bolt Will Help Grow The Sport

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 23 / 16

Usain Bolt "is to be offered a job for life in athletics when he hangs up his golden spikes," according to Alex Spink of the London DAILY MIRROR. The world’s fastest man "waved goodbye to the Olympics" on Saturday. His iconic status in Rio "also highlighted the massive hole he will l...

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