Usain Bolt’s iconic celebration pose trademarked by the athlete

Usain Bolt celebrates trademark: Legendary track athlete Usain Bolt has filed to trademark a silhouette of his arms crossing his body…

Usain Bolt Celebration Trademark: Legendary track athlete Usain Bolt has filed to trademark a silhouette of his arms crossing his body and pointing skyward. Bolt filed the application with the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office) last week, and according to the filing, he plans to use the symbol in sports bars, restaurants, as well as clothing, jewelry and shoes. Follow SportsNews updates with InsideSport.IN

The filing describes the trademark as a silhouette of a person in a “distinctive position,” with one arm raised and pointing upward and the other bent and pointing toward the head.

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Usain Bolt’s Celebration Trademark: Usain Bolt’s iconic celebration pose will be trademarked by the athlete.

The Jamaican sprinter holds the 100- and 200-meter world records, which he broke during a career that was incredibly successful and included eight Olympic gold medals at the Beijing, London and Rio Games. In January 2019, 36-year-old Bolt briefly considered a career in professional football after retiring from athletics in 2017, before announcing his “sporting career was over”. Earlier, fans took to Twitter to remember the day he broke the record for the fastest 200m clock in history. He achieved this feat on August 20, 2009.

Usain Bolt Celebration Trademark: Usain Bolt's iconic celebration pose will be trademarked by the athlete.
Usain Bolt Celebration Trademark: Usain Bolt’s iconic celebration pose will be trademarked by the athlete.

Usain Bolt’s Celebration Trademark: Usain Bolt’s iconic celebration pose will be trademarked by the athlete.

He set a blistering time of 19.19 seconds at the Berlin World Championships in August 2009. In the same tournament he also set the distance record for fastest 100 meters at 9.58 seconds which still stands.

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