Love Is In The Air: The Olympic Bromance Of The Year

​Andre De Grasse and Usain Bolt should just get a room already

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L is for the way Andre De Grasse looks at Usain Bolt.

O is  for the only one Andre De Grasse cares about beating.

V is very very, superfluous to what we're trying to do with this song and article.

E is even more than we can be bothered, but you should have gotten the gist already.

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Love was made for Andre De Grasse and Usain Bolt…

Usain Bolt has out-chilled himself by clocking young, Canadian runner Andre De Grasse close on his heels in the sprint and smiling whilst giving him a cheeky finger wag.

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The internet has gotten pretty excited about their little exchange.

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It's memes akimbo on twitter.

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People are even planning the two runner's careers post Olympics.

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But this isn't a new story, we've unearthed the beginnings of the bromance.

At the World Athletics Championship last year the
then-unknown to Bolt De Grasse clinched bronze and then got a congratulations
from the fastest man ever.

But it turns out the apparently amicable end of race grin could actually be a cautionary one.

In this interview, it looks as though Bolt could be looking out for his inexperienced friend, but he also looks a little peeved probably for De Grasse and a little but in fear for himself.

'That was not cool,' he said of De Grasse's little challenge. 'You don't need to do that in a semi, but he's just young and he'll learn.'

De Grasse, at this point, seems to be like a little Chihuahua yapping at a Great Dane's heels, Bolt may end up biting De Grasse, or we could get a surprising triumph from the underdog…

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