For the fifth time in six years, Bolt was named IAAF World Male Athlete of the Year.
== Personal life ==[[File:Usain Bolt 2011 World Athletics Gala.jpg|thumb|right|Bolt with the IAAF men's Athlete of the Year award in [[Monaco]].]]
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In his personal life, Bolt expresses a love for dancing and his character is frequently described as laid-back and relaxed.refref His Jamaican track and field idols include [[Herb McKenley]] and former Jamaican [[100m]] and [[200m]] world record holder, [[Don Quarrie]]. [[Michael Johnson (athlete)|]], the former 200 m world and Olympic record holder, is also held in high esteem by Bolt.ref
According to the [[Catholic News Agency]], Bolt is Catholic and is known for making the [[sign of the cross]] before racing competitively. His middle name is .ref
In 2010, Bolt also revealed his fondness of music, when he played a [[reggae]] DJ set to a crowd in Paris.ref
The first sport to interest Bolt was [[Cricket (sport)|]] and he said if he was not a sprinter he would be a [[fast bowling|fast bowler]] instead.ref As a child he was a supporter of the [[...|Pakistani cricket team]] and admired the bowling of [[Waqar Younis]].ref He is also a fan of [[...|Indian]] [[batsman]] [[Sachin Tendulkar]], [[West Indies cricket team|West Indian]] opener [[Chris Gayle]]ref and [[...|Australian]] opener [[Matthew Hayden]].ref During a charity cricket match Bolt clean-bowled Chris Gayle. Gayle was complimentary of Bolt's pace and swing.ref Bolt also struck a six off Chris Gayle's bowling. Another bowler complimentary of Bolt's pace was former West Indies fast-bowling great [[Curtly Ambrose]].ref