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Usain Bolt pictured ’in bed’ with 20-year-old student Jady Duarte from Rio after Olympic blowout to mark 30th birthday

Usain Bolt pictured ’in bed’ with 20-year-old student Jady Duarte from Rio after Olympic blowout to mark 30th birthday

Snaps shared by Jady Duarte on messaging service Whatsapp seem to show the bare-chested sprinter embracing the student who is pouting while wearing a white vest top.

A second image appears to show Bolt who is reported to have a long-term girlfriend - lying face down giving Miss Duarte a peck on the cheek while she pout and looks into the camera.

The pictures first appeared on Brazilian website Extra.

Miss Duarte told the site: “I just sent it (the picture) to the group of my girlfriends girls (sic), now you see.

“Just I sent and said ’who only saw the Olympics will know who is’."

The Jamaican six-time gold medallist was also spotted partying until the early hours of Sunday morning – his 30th birthday - at All In, a club in the Barra de Tijuca suburb of Rio.

The blowout marked the sprinter’s final Olympics at which he won three gold medals in the 100 meters, the 200 meters and the 4x100-meter relay

His accolades mirror those earned at London 2012 and combine to make a “treble treble” cementing Bolt’s legacy as one of the best Olympians in history.

However the champion’s sister has recently revealed he has a long-term girlfriend.

Bolt is said to have been dating fellow Jamaican 26-year-old Kasi Bennett for two years.

Dubbed his “first lady”, Miss Bennett shared a cryptic tweet after fans claimed they had discovered she was the star’s partner and hailed her “hot”.

Bolt is believed to have made an early exit from Brazilian capital on Sunday night, missing the closing ceremony completely.

Bolt was snapped heading for the departure lounge at the city’s Galeo International Airport an hour before the event got underway.

His last tweet – written in Portugese - before departing Rio read: “We came, we saw, we conquered. Rio I have endless love for you.”

The athlete had also been expected to attend a party in his honor at the Jamaica hospitality house but the event was cancelled due to bad weather, with an apologetic note reportedly left pinned to the railings outside.

Bolt’s early departure meant the Games concluded with almost no big name stars to celebrate, with Michael Phelps and Sir Bradley Wiggins already back on home soil.

Bolt is flying home to a hero’s welcome in Kingston - and has had a reggae song called ’Bolt the Champion’ composed in his honor.

The sprinter had announced he will retire from Olympic competition, is expected to take on an ambassadorial role in athletics.

He has signed a lifetime contract with Nike believed to be worth an estimated $30m a year.

A spokesman for Usain Bolt has been contacted for a comment


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