Bolt at the World Athletics Championships.

Usain Bolt spends big on night out after retirement

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Following the 2017 World Athletics Championships in London, Usain Bolt called time on a glittering 13-year career, in which the Jamaican won an incredible eight Olympic golds and 23 medals overall.

Bolt's athletics career ended in disappointment, however, with the 30-year-old forced to pull out of the 4x100m relay due to injury.

The incident came just a week after Justin Gatlin outshone the world-record holder to take gold in the 100m final at the London Stadium.

With Bolt now consigning his athletics career to history, many may wonder how the eight-time Olympic champion will be spending his time.

Perhaps a career as a footballer, with Bolt racing to be fit in time for a Manchester United Legend's game against Barcelona on September 2 at Old Trafford.

There have also been rumours circulating of a possible trial at Championship side Burton Albion, although suggestions have recently been quashed by manager Nigel Clough.

In the short-term, at least, it appears Bolt has taken to celebrating his decorated 14-year career in style, with the Jamaican spending over £7,000 on booze in an all-night bender back on August 16.

The 30-year-old had partied in the two days previously and was pictured at DSTRKT nightclub alongside partner Kasi Bennett on Wednesday night.

The world-record holder was reportedly also seen drinking with Love Island stars Jonny Mitchell and Mike Thalassitis.

16th IAAF World Athletics Championships London 2017 - Day Ten

And, Bolt's bar receipt was posted online, with the Mirror reporting the infamous night out, providing an insight into the partying life of major stars.

The ex-sprinter spent a mammoth £3,050 on champagne alone, with two bottles, Dom Pérignon magnums, costing £940 each. Bolt also splashed £570 on a single bottle of vodka at the Rupert St. Club.

The 30-year-old is no secret to partying, having spent £12,000 out clubbing in the capital last year.

Who are we to judge, however. If anyone deserves to celebrate in style, it certainly is Usain Bolt.

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