All-time Olympic great sprinter Usain Bolt and partner Kasi Bennett have had twin boys named Thunder and Saint Leo, who join a family that also includes Bolt’s one-year-old daughter Olympia Lightning.
Jamaican track and field great Usain Bolt announced the birth of his twin sons in an Instagram post on Father’s Day this Sunday.
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Like their sister, the boys have been given equally fitting names — Thunder and Saint Leo. The post did not say when the twins were born.
The couple welcomed their first child Olympia Lightning together last year.
The sprinting icon retired from athletics in 2017, he remains the fastest man in the world, having set a record of 9.58 seconds over the 100-meter sprint at the Berlin World Championships in 2009, as well as his 200-meter world record of 19.19 seconds.
After leaving athletics he tried to play professional football, but then announced he was leaving sports entirely in 2019.
Usain Bolt welcomes newborn twin boys Thunder and Saint Leo