Jamaican superstar sprinter Usain Bolt arrives in style at the Sun Met at Kenilworth Racecourse on Saturday. Photo: @usainbolt via Twitter
Jamaican superstar sprinter Usain Bolt arrives in style at the Sun Met at Kenilworth Racecourse on Saturday. Photo: @usainbolt via Twitter
Usain Bolt shows off his signature gesture at the Table Bay hotel on Saturday. Photo: Ian Landsberg/ANA Pictures
Usain Bolt shows off his signature gesture at the Table Bay hotel on Saturday. Photo: Ian Landsberg/ANA Pictures

CAPE TOWN – Jamaican Usain Bolt, the greatest sprinter in history, arrived by helicopter to attend the 134th edition of the Sun Met celebrated with Mumm at Kenilworth Racecourse on Saturday.

Last November, the multiple gold medal-winning Olympic athlete was appointed CEO (chief entertainment officer) of Maison Mumm champagne.

Bolt arrived in the Mother City on Friday, and seemingly went on a helicopter trip around Cape Town on Saturday morning.

Then the Jamaican, who retired from athletics following last year's world championships in London, arrived at Kenilworth Racecourse in style to attend the big race.

The main race at the Sun Met was won by Oh Susanna, trained by Justin Snaith, and the victorious jockey was Grant van Niekerk.

African News Agency/ANA, Staff Writer