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Sprint legend Usain Bolt will receive a musical tribute in his final track meet in Jamaica.

Organizers of Saturday’s Racers Grand Prix at the National stadium have decided to salute Olympic sprint legend Usain Bolt, by organizing his very own unique musical entrance.

The celebration, which is dubbed “A Salute to the Legend,” will pay homage to the historic athlete by using musical selections signifing several stages of his illustrious career.

According to Racers Track Club publicist Dennis Gordon, the gesture will salute the superstar from his very arrival and entry into the stadium to his lap of honour.

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Confirmed tracks for Bolt’s entrance into the National stadium include Freddie McGreggor’s classic hit “Born a Winner,” Dennis Brown’s “Here I Come,” and several other musical surprises including live performances by Beenie Man, I-Octane and Ding Dong.

Usain Bolt cemented his place as the greatest sprinter of all time after he completed the coveted ‘triple double’ by winning three consecutive Olympic the 100m and 200m titles.