The Jamaican took to Instagram on Tuesday to reveal that his prowess knows no boundaries.
Accomapnied with the caption: “Anything possible right?” Bolt was a picture of happiness as he was posed horizontally in between a chair and a ceiling – defying gravity.
The photo comes just days after Bolt allayed any fears over his hamstring injury.
On Friday, Bolt accused sprint rival Justin Gatlin of “disrespect” after proving his fitness for the Rio Olympics in emphatic fashion at the Muller Anniversary Games on Friday night.
The six-time Olympic champion, making his first appearance since pulling out of the Jamaican trials with a hamstring strain, clocked 19.89 seconds to win over 200 metres, his first race over the distance this season.
He led coming off the bend, but appeared to have to work harder than usual down the home straight.
The 29-year-old received a medical exemption to miss his trials, with two-time drug cheat Gatlin, his main rival for 100m gold in Rio, one of a number of United States sprinters who claimed he got preferential treatment he would not receive were he American.
“He’s injured, gets a medical pass, that’s what his country does. Our country doesn’t do that,” Gatlin was quoted as saying in the American press.
Bolt, who was hailed as the saviour of his sport after his 100m and 200m victories ahead of Gatlin at last year’s World Championships in Beijing, hit back by saying: “For me I felt it was a joke – I felt it was a disrespect they think I’d back out of a trials.
“I’ve proven myself year on year that I’m the greatest. I laughed when I heard it; I was disappointed, especially in Justin Gatlin.” – DailyMail