Ansin Sports Complex is home to the newest sculpture of Dr. Usain Bolt - The Fastest Man Alive!Vice Mayor Alexandra P. Davis spearheaded the art in public places fund, which led to the first sculpture of the sprint legend being erected in the United States of America.
You don't want to miss the thrilling experience of visiting the life-size Usain Bolt Sculpture at the Ansin Sports Complex located at 10801 Miramar Blvd., Miramar, FL 33025. Capturing the essence of his electrifying speed and iconic victory poses, this awe-inspiring sculpture pays tribute to one of the greatest athletes of all time.
Whether you're a resident or visiting our vibrant city, make your way to the Ansin Sports Complex and witness the sheer brilliance of the "Fastest Man Alive" immortalized in bronze. Take a moment to be inspired by his incredible achievements and soak in the legacy of determination and excellence. And don't forget to take a selfie and tag us in your post @CityofMiramar.
About Usain Bolt
Usain Bolt is arguably the most naturally gifted athlete the world has ever seen. He created history at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio when he achieved the ‘Triple Triple’, three gold medals at three consecutive Olympic Games. Usain’s journey to worldwide stardom started at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing where he won the 100m, 200m and 4x100m, all in world record times. He followed this up with three gold medals in the same events at the 2012 Olympic Games in London to write his name in the history books as the world’s fastest man. Then, one day before his 30th birthday, he completed the same triple at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio to cement his legacy as a legend in world sport.
About Basil Watson
Basil Watson is the talented Artist and Sculptor who created the new masterpiece of Usain Bolt - To the World 2. Basil is a true master of his craft who installed the “Hope Moving Forward” sculpture, a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by the City of Atlanta in 2021 and recently sculpted the National Windrush Monument erected in London in 2022. This new sculpture of Usain Bolt is Basil’s second, the first one commissioned in Jamaica entitled “To the World” in 2017.