He is the fastest man on the planet, and in case you missed it, a prominent west London university features in Usain Bolt's new documentary.
'I Am Bolt' tracks the Jamaican sprinter's rise to fame, and features Brunel University London.
The multi-Olympic gold medalist, who has previously trained in the facilities on offer at Brunel , is on the ground of the university's outdoor track with his coach joking about how he needs to get into shape.
Another clip shows him doing a full length sprint in the indoor athletics centre, finishing with a thank you to Brunel in the closing credits.
The much loved Olympic medallist, who came to Brunel University London for filming in 2015, basked in glory on the Leicester Square red carpet as the premier of his movie came to London in November.
Assistant Director of Sport for the Uxbridge based university, James Budkiewicz, said: "Usain and his teammates training here over the years has become a win-win relationship."
"Our students train alongside a genuine sporting superstar, while Usain gets to use a world class training facility." Mr Budkiewicz added.
The university expressed their delight after tweeting about Bolt at the beginning of December.
The world renowned athlete trained at Brunel's athletic centre during the London 2012 Olympics.
During his stay, he took a break from his heavy training schedule to spend time with the young athletes on their last day, offering them plenty of tips and advice.
Event organiser Roger Hughes said: "I'm incredibly proud of the way the whole team pulled together to put on a truly fantastic week of athletics for the kids.
"The event was made extra special with the appearance of guest stars Dame Kelly Holmes and Usain Bolt."
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