Usain Bolt had encouraging words for students at Tivoli Gardens High School, yesterday.
The world fastest man took time out of his busy schedule to visit the West Kingston based institution where he encouraged them to stay in school and work hard at developing their craft.
He was addressing morning assembly and commemorating a $90-million upgrade to the school, courtesy of the Digicel Foundation
Meanwhile, Usain Bolt announced that he’ll be signed to play with Soccer Aid for UNICEF. The world’s fastest man will captain the soccer Aid world eleven in a charity match at Old Trafford, on June 10.
Bolt says he’s happy to partner with the charity organization.