Bolt ranked 10th on ESPN’s list of dominant athletes

Legendary Jamaican and international sprinter Usain Bolt has been ranked 10th on ESPN magazine’s list of the top 20 most dominant athlete of the past 20 years.

The eight-time Olympic champion who retired from track and field at the IAAF World Championship last year, is ranked behind golfer Tiger Woods who tops the list, legendary NFL quarterback Peyton Manning in second place, NBA basketball star LeBron James in third place and boxer Floyd Mayweather in eighth place.

Tennis legend Roger Federer sits in fifth position and retired formula driver Michael Shumacher is in seventh place.

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However, Bolt is ranked above football great Lionell Messi, tennis sensation Serena Williams, Portuguese football star Christiano Ronaldo, and US sprinter Alyson Felix.

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