Usain Bolt will have no shortage of options to pass time in retirement, but Dan Patrick has a novel idea.
A fantasy camp.
For $20,000, fly down to Jamaica for a few days. A coach would teach proper running technique. At the end, seven campers would line up on an eight-lane track with Bolt in a middle lane.
Patrick mentioned Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver John Ross as a likely candidate. Ross famously challenged Bolt to a 40-yard dash after running an NFL combine record 4.22 seconds, only to see U.S. Olympic Trials sixth-place finisher Christian Coleman run 4.12.
Bolt has four professional meets left in his career, starting with his Jamaican finale on Saturday night and ending with the world championships in London in August.
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