Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt shared a photograph on Twitter that captures how he crosses the finish line at the 2008 Olympics and his rivals are several steps behind him. The photo collected 595.6 thousand likes and 107.2 thousand retweets.
Olympic short distance running champion Usain Bolt posted on Twitter a humorous post about the need to maintain a distance in terms of quarantine declared due to coronavirus.
On April 13, he posted a photograph of his finish at a 100m distance at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, where he won his first Olympic gold, and signed it: Social Distance.
The image shows how an athlete crosses the finish line, and the rivals are several steps behind him.
According to AFP, this photo was taken by agency photographer Nicholas Asfuri. Tweet Bolt immediately became viral. It was liked by 595.6 thousand people, and 107.2 thousand users retweeted.
The World Health Organization recommended adhering to the rule of social distance in the context of a coronavirus pandemic and always be at least 1 m from sneezing and coughing people.
Jamaican sprinter Bolt is an eight-time Olympic champion and 11-time world champion. Bolt previously had nine Olympic medals, but in 2016 he lost the 2008 Olympics award for the relay after his teammate was caught doping.
After retiring from athletics, Bolt tried to start a football career. In September 2018, the athlete made his debut for the Central Coast Mariners team from Australia, but in January 2019 he announced the end of his football career.