Retired athlete parties in London club with girlfriend Kasi Bennett

He just finished competing at the IAAF World Championships in London which was his last competition as an athlete.

Usain Bolt

He just finished competing at the IAAF World Championships in London which was his last competition as an athlete.

For the second night in a row, Bolt and his girlfriend Kasi Bennett was spotted having a good time at London's Cirque Le Soir night club in the early hours of Tuesday, August 15.

Bolt and his girlfriend arrived the club at about 1.40am and partied for two hours later.

The Jamaican shared a photo of himself with a bottle of G.H. Mumm champagne as he continues to let his hairs down.

He seems to have taken his mind off the heartbreaking end to his legendary career which saw him pulled up with hamstring pain during the anchor leg of Jamaica's 4x100m relay final.

“After the injury, I pretty much tried to get home quickly to treat it,” Bolt said at a press conference on Sunday night.

“I stayed up for a while texting people who were concerned what was going on.”

He finished with just one bronze medal at this year’s IAAF World Championships.

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