Fans of the world’s fastest man and the 2016 Caribbean Sports Journalists Association (CASJA) Sportsman of the Year, will be able to catch him on film in a theater in their city or country this weekend.
The “I Am Bolt” movie opens globally on November 28, 2016. The film is a documentary showing the hard work that goes into being an Olympic Champion.
It follows Usain Bolt’s journey from early 2015 and includes the six-time Olympic champion’s everyday preparation before the Rio Olympics and even included the track star himself holding the camera to shoot some extra footage. The film was shot in Jamaica, Rio, U.K., U.S. and European locations.
It was produced by Fulwell 73, directed by Gabe and Ben Turner and produced by Leo Pearlman — the team behind documentaries “Class of 92,” which centered on former Manchester United soccer players, and “One Direction: This is Us.”