The retired sprinter acknowledged the challenges of raising kids.
With the Olympics in full swing, spectators have been marveling at the extraordinary strength and determination of the world’s best athletes. With records being smashed, these Olympians seem almost super-human.
Recently, however, Usain Bolt revealed to People how challenging fatherhood is compared to his training to become the fastest man on earth.
“[It’s harder] being a father of three, of all of them, especially when they’re crying. It’s great, but everybody’s crying. It’s pandemonium in the house,” shared the retired sprinter.
Considering Bolt welcomed his daughter, Olympia Lightning, in May 2020, and then newborn twins Saint Leo and Thunder this past July, just 13 months later, it’s not a surprise that his hands are full.