Usain Bolt takes part in a family race to raise funds for a charity at Expo 2020 Dubai
World greatest sprinter Usain Bolt participated in a family race at the site of Expo 2020 Dubai on Saturday.
The 35-year-old fastest man on earth participated in a public 1.45 km Family Run at Expo 2020 Dubai to raise funds for a charity in Dubai.
Omar Saif Ghobash, Ambassador of the UAE to France, said in Twitter, “With @usainbolt at the UAE Pavilion at Expo 2020. The meeting of giants ;)”
Dubai Media Office said, “Part of @usainbolt 's participation in a public 1.45 km Family Run at @Expo2020Dubai, to raise funds for Al Noor Rehabilitation & Welfare Association for People of Determination.”
Bolt was seen running alongside Expo officials and participants.
Media person and sports enthusiasts took pictues with the greatest sprinter.
Gatorade Arabia said, “Check out our highlights from Olympic gold medalist @usainbolt, as he took part in the “Run the World event fueled by Gatorade” @Expo2020Dubai, all in support of @alnoorspneeds for people of determination in the UAE! Raising hands.”
A Twitter user Michael Brady said, “You’ve inspired the next generation @usainbolt thank you so much for taking the time. You’ve made their day…”
A non-profit centre, Al Noor Rehabilitation aims provide all individuals with special needs, regardless of background, the same opportunity through professional training and care to realise their potential and integrate into the wider community.