Sprinter dances in new video after West Indies World Twenty20 win

Jamaican athlete Usain Bolt was one of the popular names that celebrated the victory of the Island country.

Usain Bolt celebrating West Indies World Twenty20 win

Marlon Samuels struck 85 not out and Carlos Brathwaite plundered four consecutive sixes in the final over as West Indies defeated England by four wickets in Kolkata.

Jamaican athlete Usain Bolt was one of the popular names that celebrated the victory of the Island country.

West Indies are made up of three major physiographic divisions: the Greater Antilles, comprising the islands of Cuba, Jamaica (home country of Bolt), Hispaniola (Haiti and the Dominican Republic), and Puerto Rico; the Lesser Antilles, including the Virgin Islands, Anguilla, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Antigua and Barbuda, Montserrat, Guadeloupe.

Bolt shared a video of himself dancing to a rendition of Dwayne Bravo's 'Champion' song in his sitting room.

“@GabeTurner73 wasn't ready for that last over. WI is a champion. Well done team it just keep happening in the Caribbean. #winning #greatest #smiling,” he wrote alongside the video on Instagram.

He was tweeting at his friend and English film director, Gabe Turner. Turner directed a documentary on Usain Bolt called I Am Bolt.

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