London Olympics stadium certainly remained the province of Bolt; the planet’s fastest man and the greatest track showman ended up the ‘Usain Bolt Show’ with 3 record-breaking gold wins. Though, the London Olympics has ended in rocking style, but there’s no end to the celebration of the achievements of the most naturally gifted athlete the world has ever seen. The record-breaking 4 x100-meter relay winning celebration of this star Jamaican sprinter started by partying with an $125,580 bottle of Armand de Brignac Champagne, which was brought to Bolt’s VIP table at the London’s glitzier nightclub Movida. Bolt enjoyed an 15L Nebuchadnezzar of Armand de Brignac Champagne, which is the most expensive champagne of the rich and famous. Also known as Ace of Spades, the bottle’s exceptional size is equivalent to 20 standard bottles of champagnes.
Reportedly, the 15L Nebuchadnezzar of Armand de Brignac Champagne bottle weighs 100 pounds, and requires an effort from at least three men to carry it to the venue. Known as the world's number one rated Champagne, Armand de Brignac is a prestige cuvee handcrafted and produced using old-world techniques.
The first ever Olympian who successfully defended both the 100 and 200 meter sprint titles, Usain Bolt, was joined by in the Movida club’s VIP area by Jamaican sprinting teammate and his friend Yohan Blake, who Bolt affectionately calls ‘The Beast.” The pair then partied with British boxing star Amir Iqbal Khan, double Olympic medalist and UK’s finest ever distance runner Mo Farah and British freestyle swimmer Rebecca Adlington.
Reportedly, Bolt left the club in Central London with his sprint rival and teammate Yohan Blake at around 6 o’clock in the morning. And, when they headed back to the games village, the sun was up over London, and they were joined in their by a mystery blonde women.
The first man in 108 years to win gold in the same three events in consecutive Olympics, Usain Bolt was also spotted earlier that night DJing at the Puma Yard bar.