Usain Bolt: World's fastest man gets his own emoji for Rio

    Story highlights

    • Usain Bolt gets his own emoji ahead of Rio 2016
    • Fans will be able to cheer on Bolt using the 'Boltmoji'
    • World's fastest man will attempt to defend three Olympic gold medals

    (CNN)What do Kim Kardashian, Steph Curry, Justin Bieber and Usain Bolt have in common?

    They all have their own emojis.
      Puma has launched the "Boltmoji" for Apple and Android and fans of the Jamaican sprint star can cheer him on as he aims for an unprecedented "triple-triple" at Rio 2016.
      The world's fastest man will be attempting to defend his three Olympic gold medals in Brazil, as he aims for victory in the 100 and 200 meters as well as the 4x100m relay.
      And if the 'Boltmoji' app doesn't quite quench your emoji thirst, Apple and Android will be releasing an additional 72 this month, including several Olympic-themed icons just in time for Rio.
      Bolt has struggled with a hamstring injury in recent weeks but recently claimed he had "no worries" about it hampering his attempt to defend his Olympic titles.
      The 29-year-old has managed a joint fourth fastest time in 2016 of 9.88s, while his main rival for the 100m title in Rio, Justin Gatlin, leads the way with a time of 9.80s.