Usain Bolt looked as though he was making the most of his retirement as he enjoyed a sun-soaked break in Formentera, Spain with girlfriend Kasi J. Bennet.
The Jamaican sprinter, 32, cut a dapper figure in a bright white ensemble as he strolled with his other half, who dazzled in a fringed red outfit.
Keeping cool in the Spanish sun, Usain donned a crisp white shirt and matching shorts, which he teamed with a pair of black and white sliders.
The eight-time Olympic medalist shielded his eyes with a pair of dark, rounded sunglasses, and added a touch of bling with several gold chains.
Meanwhile, Kasi caught the eye in a bright red co-ord which consisted of a tasseled crop top and matching mini skirt.
The managing director, 29, teamed her outfit with a pair of black sandals and a black cross body bag, adding a smattering of gold jewellery to her look.
The couple looked happy and relaxed as they strolled with pals near the some cliffs situated close to the beach.
During the day, the duo stopped for a spot of lunch, with the couple seen sharing a giggle as they sipped wine at the beach-side location.
Later, Usain and Kasi climbed aboard a speedboat as they made their way to their next destination.
The couple have kept their fans updated on their Spanish getaway via their respective social media accounts this week.
On Wednesday night, the loved-up pair island-hopped to Ibiza, where they took in a fun cabaret show at the Lio Ibiza restaurant and club.
The pair captured each other dancing and singing along to the show, before they later hit the dance floor.
The next day, they enjoyed a fun boat trip, which then saw Usain mobbed by a crowd of admirers.
Last year, the former Olympian travelled to Australia where he tried out for soccer team the Central Coast Mariners.
And while that didn’t turn out to be successful, Usain has revealed that he wouldn’t trade his experience for anything as he lost his ‘motivation’ for the track.
He told BW Magazine in November: ‘People always say to me, “You could do four Olympics”, and I’m sure I can. I know that at the level I am, if I train I could do it. But the level of training I would have to put in, I don’t have the drive to do it.’
He said that needing to prove to himself, and the world, that he could be at the top of his game in a new sport is what motivated him.
The 32-year-old, who became the fastest man alive in 2008, said that he will always have people who doubt him.
‘Even in Jamaica we are the biggest critics: “He’s just wasting his time, he’s not going to make it”. For me, those are the things that motivate me to do better.’
However, getting the opportunity to prove himself and live in Australia was worth it, according to the sports hero.
Bolt said Australia is extremely laid back compared to some other countries.
He said that he has always told friends such as John Steffensen he’d love to live Down Under.
‘It’s not crazy like when I go Asia or certain countries – so it’s much different. It’s been good, it’s just nice people,’ he told the publication.