Thirty-one-year-old eight-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt (L) trains for the first time for the A-League football club Central Coast Mariners in Gosford on August 21, 2018. (AFP/ Peter Lorimer)
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Usain Bolt practiced with Australian football club Central Coast Mariners for the first time Tuesday, taking part in light passing drills and agility tests on his 32nd birthday.Bolt, who said he passed up chances to try out for clubs in Europe before accepting an offer to come to Australia, pledged to stay with the club for an "indefinite" period. Mariners head coach Mike Mulvey said he is happy for Bolt stay with the team for a year if that is what he needs to fulfill his ambition.
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