Usain Bolt Donates Sports Gear to Alpha Boys' School

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The Jamaican sprinter and Olympic gold medalist traveled to his home country to give back to those in need.

Apr 17, 2014 | 05:16 PM

Somehow, between training sessions, raking in Olympic gold medals, and becoming the fastest man in the world, Usain Bolt still manages to give back.

The Jamaican sprinter recently traveled to the Alpha Boys' School in Kingston, Jamaica to spend time speaking with the young men.

Alpha Boys' School, also called as Alpha Cottage School, is run by Roman Catholic nuns and is well known for its ability to instill discipline in students, who often receive impressive music scholarships as a result of their education.

Besides speaking with the boys about discipline and values, Usain also donated sports gear to the grateful kids.

"The best part about my success is giving back. Extremely honored to share my dream of never giving up and keep on believing with these boys," Usain wrote in a photo caption.

Great work, Usain!

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