Published: Fri, October 12, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Nuts and Bolt! Sprint legend grabs double after painful kick

Nuts and Bolt! Sprint legend grabs double after painful kick

The eight-time Olympic gold medal victor and current record holder for the 100 metres is aiming to secure a contract with the Australian side after joining them on trial at the start of August.

Bolt, a eight-time Olympic sprint champion scored the Mariners' third and fourth goals for Central Coast Mariners.

The 32-year-old doubled his tally with a simple 69th minute tap-in and was substituted six minutes later, having boosted his hopes of earning a prolonged stay with the Mariners.

"I'm just happy that I got a chance and I'm proud of myself", Bolt told Fox Sports after the game.

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"I'm keen, that's why I'm here to play my best and to try and get into the team", he added. He celebrated the first goal with his "To Di World" pose and the second one with a Fortnite dance.

Bolt made a promising start and was chased down as he looked to race through on goal in the opening few minutes, before he played a role in the opener.

McCormack plays alongside Bolt at Central Coast Mariners.

Just a little 10 minutes later, Bolt's constant pressing yielded results for him when he was right in front of the goal to make the best of a confusion and collision between South West United's defender and goalkeeper.

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He played the entire second half against the North Shore Mariners on September 19, when he alternated between left wing and forward.

Bolt saw his first action for the Mariners on August 31, playing 20 minutes against a Central Coast selection side.

"From my first day, the transformation is huge", McCormack said.

With the Mariners' league season beginning a week on Sunday against Brisbane Roar, it remains to be seen if Bolt will be offered a permanent deal ahead of the competitive fixtures beginning.

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"Because this is what I've worked for". He has trained with teams in Norway, South Africa and Jamaica, and had a much-publicized training stint with Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund in March.

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