News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs Mar. 29, 2018: Legendary Jamaican and Olympian, Usain Bolt, has been ranked 10th on ESPN magazine’s list of the top 20 most dominant athlete of the past 20 years.
The eight-time Olympic champion, who retired from track and field at the IAAF World Championship last year, is ranked behind golfer Tiger Woods.
Wood tops the list followed by legendary NFL quarterback Peyton Manning in second place and NBA basketball star LeBron James in third place.
Bolt was, however, ranked above football great Lionel Messi; tennis sensation Serena Williams; Portuguese football star Christiano Ronaldo and US sprinter Alyson Felix.
Bolt scores in friendly football match
Bolt, meanwhile, scored for Team Mourinho in a friendly football match in Switzerland recently. Bolt was among a host of the biggest name athletes, including the likes of Diego Maradona and FIFA president Gianni Infantino who were in attendance at the Hublot Match of Friendship 2018.
The event, which marked watch-maker Hublot’s official countdown to the 2018 FIFA World Cup, saw five-a-side teams managed by Maradona and Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho, facing off in the Swiss city of Basel.
Bolt who played for Team Mourinho, came off the bench to score as the teams battled to a high-scoring 11-11 draw.
“For me it was wonderful,” Bolt said. “You can see their skills and it was a fun time, I’m happy to be here. It’s not easy! It’s all about movement but it was fun, the start of something great.”
Bolt on two-day trial with Borussia Dortmund
Bolt also recently participated in his first training session with German Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund, training alongside Marco Reus and Mario Gotze in a two-day trial.
The retired sprinter has always harbored hopes of playing for Manchester United and was involved in an open training session with Dortmund’s first team.
He was pictured training in the famous yellow and black colors of the Bundesliga club, enjoying a session with those that were not selected for international duty, including ex-Chelsea forward Andrew Schurrle.