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Christine Bolt-Hylton, Bolt's sister revealed that the Jamaican would get engaged to his girlfriend, Kasi Bennett when he returns from Rio."I've met her and she's lovely, she's perfect for Usain.
I would say that there's a very strong possibility they'll get engaged when he comes home.
For some time now rumours have been circulating that the two are secretly dating with a few blogs claiming the world’s fastest man paid for her controversial breast enhancement surgery.
However according to the Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall host, she’s currently single and happy.
Some two weeks after Usain Bolt made headlines because of his personal life (see here for the photos that started it all) and not his incredible athleticism, the Olympian has shared some lovely postcards from his vacation in Bora Bora.
With him is his longtime girlfriend Kasi Bennett, who also shared some pictures.
"If you believe what you read, then you don't know us," Bolt captioned one photo, which features him sitting on a wicker chair with his lady behind him.
We cannot wait to be with him every step of the way." The filmmakers have been following Bolt since the end of 2014, and use archive footage collected from throughout his life and career, which includes 6 Olympic and 8 world gold medals.
I last saw them in March at Usain's restaurant in Jamaica and they looked very comfortable together, sharing their food and laughing and joking", Bolt-Hylton said as quoted by news Australia."They like the same music, the same food and doing the same things together and it makes sense for them to get together.
I've talked to Usain about starting a family and he says he wants to, and I'm sure he will now he's achieved so much."Kasi, 26, who has been dating the legendary sprinter for over two years, will reportedly join the entire Bolt clan when he parties following his historic exploits at the recently concluded Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
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Fulwell 73 Usain Bolt’s run-up to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games and his planned retirement in 2017, are the center of a feature-length documentary by British film house Fulwell 73.
Gabe Turner said: "Having explored the dynamic of brotherhood and team-mates in our previous film, this time around Ben and I had a real interest in looking at the life of an athlete competing in an individual sport.