Prince Harry was in Jamaica on Tuesday where he raced the world's fastest man and won ... well, kind of.
The 27-year-old royal met up with Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt -- the current world and Olympic record holder -- on the track at the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica on Tuesday. The pair went head to head in a race that saw the prince run off on a false start and claim the victory.
The good-natured sprinter, 25, followed behind Harry laughing the whole way, though immediately challenged the prince to a rematch, saying "He cheated. I said we would have a rematch in London 2012 and Harry said 'I'm busy.'"
All joking aside, Prince William's younger brother has been very athletic since an early age, keeping fit by playing sports like polo, rugby, soccer, cricket and skiing during his 27 years.
Harry is currently touring the Caribbean as part of the Diamond Jubliee tour in honor of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, who celebrates 60 years on the throne this year.
Click "Launch Gallery" above to see the photos of Prince Harry's triumphant "victory" over Usain!
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