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Bolt's Olympic blowout: Rio student, 20, shares WhatsApp photos appearing to show her in bed with Usain after his wild 30th birthday party at his last games (so what will his girlfriend say?)

A twenty-year-old student from Rio has shared photos of what appear to be her with Usain Bolt after a wild night of partying on the final weekend of the Olympics.

Jady Duarte shared WhatsApp pictures that show her wearing a white top while embracing a bare-torsoed Bolt - who has a long-term girlfriend.

In one of the photos - which first appeared on several Brazilian websites including El Globo after Duarte shared them with friends - Bolt seems to give Duarte a kiss on the cheek while she looks into the camera.

The Jamaican sprinter, who turned 30 on Sunday, was also pictured partying until the early hours of Sunday morning at All In, a club in the Barra de Tijuca suburb of Rio.

In typical fashion, the flamboyant runner took to the stage at the De Bracos Albertas club - delighting revelers and fans in the process.

Bolt, who has a girlfriend of two years at home in Jamaica who he calls his ‘First Lady’, also attracted the attention of 20-year-old Duarte who shared photos of herself in bed with the superstar on WhatsApp early Sunday morning.

The intimate photos show the star curled up in bed with the student at 7am local time this morning.

Speaking to local newspaper Extra, Duarte said she hadn't realized that she was with a famous athlete and described their nocturnal encounter as 'normal'.

Live coverage as Usain Bolt wins 200m final at Rio Olympics for gold triple-double, updates, results

USAIN Bolt has achieved his goal of athletics “immortality”, blowing away his rivals for an unprecedented three straight 100m-200m Olympic gold medals.

Bolt may have missed the world record he had his heart set on but it did nothing to dampen the celebrations of the great Jamaican or the Brazilian crowd that has taken him in as one of their own.

Bolt won in 19.78 seconds from 100m silver medallist Andre DeGrasse (20.02), with Frenchman Christophe Lemaitre (20.12) a delighted bronze winner.

“I have proven to the world over and over again that I am the greatest,” Bolt told Channel 7.


Bolt, who noticeably tore the competitor number off his right leg in frustration moments after crossing the line, provided two reasons for not getting the world record. One, he’s getting older. Two, in a subtle dig at the rivals who could not get near him, he said he had no help.

“I wanted a faster time,” Bolt told NBC. “I felt good, but when I came into the straight, my body wouldn’t respond to me, so I guess it is just age and all the rounds is taking its toll. I wanted to run faster. I really wanted to go faster.

“I came on with that mindset. I think it would have helped if I had somebody faster in front of me, to really pull me, to run out of the corner a little faster. I came into the straight. I tried. But my body would not respond to me.”

Bolt set the world record of 19.19sec at the 2009 world championships, having previously held the mark at 19.30 from the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

Bolt lamented the winning time but said he had confirmed his claim as the greatest ever in what is planned as his final Olympics at age 29.

“I really wanted to run faster but I came out here to win and that is the first thing. I am happy about that. I can’t do any more. I have proven to the world over and over again that I am the greatest. That is all I can do,” he told Channel 7.

“I keep telling these young ones, I will never let you guys beat me, never, it is not going to happen. This is why I am getting older, I am slowing down so I need to get out of the sport.”

Asked what he was most proud of, Bolt said: “Just coming back from injury and staying focused, I think that’s been the hardest part and I’ve got it done, so I’m proud of that.”

Bolt now has eight gold medals across the Beijing, London and Rio Olympics and will aim to complete the golden triple-triple by winning his ninth gold in the 4x100m relay with Jamaica.

Bolt also ran 19.78 in his 200m semi-final, joking with Andre DeGrasse as they crossed the line.

“Somebody said if I win these three gold medals I would be immortal and I kind of liked it. So I’m going to run with that one,” he said before the race.

“I came here to win three gold medals, I came here to prove myself as one of the greats.”

Bolt was in the arena early and showed extreme levels of relation, dancing happily away to music in his head phones.

About half an hour before the gun, rain started to fall in the Olympic Stadium and heavy winds whipped up.

After his win the crowd chanted his name again and he played along, pumping the air with his fist and then cupping a hand to his ear.

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