Usain Bolt dug with his own hands the tomb of his friend Germaine Mason (Video)

Usain Bolt dug with his own hands the tomb of his friend Germaine Mason (Video)

Usain Bolt, Olympic champion and world record holder of 100 and 200 meters, appeared in a video posted by Team Jamaica in which he is seen digging the grave of his friend Germaine Mason, who died on April 20 in a motorcycle accident, Infobae review. The multi-champion was seen in the images that also shared the users present in the Jamaican parish of Portland. Mason, a British-born jumper of Jamaican origin who was a silver medalist at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, died at age 34 on April 20 in a traffic accident in the Jamaican city of Port Royal when attempting to dodge his motorcycle A vehicle that had lost control. According to the Daily Mail, Germaine Mason and the rest of the athletes headed for Kingston around 4:20 in the morning, when he lost control of his motorcycle on the main road of Palisadoes and crashed, dying in the act. The jumper premiered the box of medals for Great Britain at the Beijing Games 2008, when he was second in high jump after the Russian Andrey Silnov. Mason represented his native country in the beginning – he won bronze at the 2004 indoor track championships in Budapest – but then decided to start competing under the British flag, his father’s country.

 

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