Jamaica's Olympic champion Usain Bolt runs during the Nitro Athletics series at the Lakeside Stadium in Melbourne, Australia February 4, 2017. REUTERS/Hamish Blair
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Usain Bolt says he is looking to spread the Nitro team athletics concept globally after the success of the inaugural event in Melbourne Saturday.The charismatic eight-time Olympic gold medalist led his Bolt All-Stars team to victory on the first of three Nitro Athletic meets in Australia and said he was looking for ways to make the event more popular with fans.Six teams of 12 male and 12 female athletes competed in a mixture of old and new events with the 30-year-old Jamaican superstar racing in the mixed 4x100-meter relay, which his All-Stars won.Bolt ran in the final event on the program, the 4x100-meter mixed relay, featuring two male and two female athletes from each team, as did fellow Jamaican Olympic gold medalist Asafa Powell.
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