Sprint legend Usain Bolt has announced that he will be opening a chain of fast-food restaurants in the UK post his retirement from athletics.
The legend has plans to launch 15 Tracks & Records outlets over the next five years. Track & Records was launched in Bolt's hometown Kingston, Jamaica, in 2011.
Bolt will be teaming up with Jamaican franchise company Franjam, in which he is a partner.
The restaurants will offer traditional Jamaican dishes such as jerk pork, janga soup and pan chicken in addition to Bolt's own creation “burgers a la Usain”.
Bolt had a disappointing outing at the recent World Championships as he could win only a bronze in the 100m and crashed out of his farewell race (4x100m relay) due to an injury.