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‘The Word Is Actually Quite Useful’: Usain Bolt Creates New Self-Inspired Word and Challenges Fans to Use It In Their Sentences

Usain Bolt has created a new word to describe his greatness.

Introducing “Usainly.” The eight-time Olympic gold medalist continued, “‘USAINLY’ means Awesome or incredibly but primarily is used in reference to the worlds fastest man. ⚡️Halleluyah for world discovery 😉
Now let see how quick my fans are to use Usainly in some sentences. ⚡️⚡️⚡️”

Usain Bolt of Jamaica celebrates after he wins Gold in the final of the Men’s 200m on Day 13 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium on August 18, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Fans took on the father-of-three’s challenge by writing out a few comments using the new term. One person said, “Hope you return to this years Olympics, we want to see another usainly fast performance from you bolt 🔥,” even though Bolt already said he wouldn’t be competing in this year’s Olympics.

Someone else said, “This car is usainly fast…The word is actually quite useful.” Speaking of cars, Carmax took on the challenge as well. The used vehicle retailer company wrote, “We hope you’ve been training “Usainly” hard. CarMax for the win! ⚡= 🐌”

If that’s not enough, CarMax is currently utilizing Bolt and his new word as part of promotion on the brand’s website. The brand has the slogan “Usainly fast offers” written on the web page in addition to sharing multiple photos of Bolt. The company is advertising Carmax’s instant offers, convincing customers that they can get offers quickly. Carmax even took it a step further and created a skit on July 13 where it live-streamed a video of Bolt running an 800m race against a woman sitting on the same track while filling out her information on the Carmax website to get an instant offer.

In the end, the woman was able to get an instant offer before Bolt crossed the finish line, making her the winner.

Will you be using Bolt’s new word?

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