Usain St. Leo Bolt finished Rio 2016 as the greatest Olympic sprinter of all time.
Bolt has amassed six individual gold medals and three team golds since 2008 at the Beijing, London, and Rio de Janeiro Olympics. He also holds the world record in both the 100 meters and the 200 meters.
As a result of his relentless success, Bolt has amassed a fortune in prize money and sponsorship deals — his most lucrative, with Puma, will earn him more than $10 million each year until 2025, according to Forbes.
But how exactly does he spend all of that cash?
Usain Bolt earned $32.5 million in the year running up to the 2016 Olympics.
He is the only track star who made it onto the Forbes list of highest-paid athletes, coming in at No. 32.
Bolt’s relationship with Puma started way back in 2002, and his $10 million-a-year deal is by far the most lucrative in athletics.
Bolt’s other sponsors include the watchmaker Hublot as well as Gatorade and Virgin Media, with deals ranging in value from $1 million to $4 million.
Prize money in athletics events is relatively low. Bolt earns $10,000 for every race he wins in the Diamond League, but he is often paid appearance fees of up to $400,000 per meet.