World’s fastest man Lamont Jacobs marries stunning model partner Nicole Daza in romantic ceremony on the beach

OLYMPIC 100 metre champion Lamont Jacobs has married his model wife Nicole Daza.

The 27-year-old, who sprinted to gold in Tokyo last year, tied the knot on Saturday after four years with his partner.

Lamont and Nicole posed in front of the water after tying the knotCredit: Instagram @nicole__daza
They took to social media to confirm they had weddedCredit: Instagram @nicole__daza
The pair were over the moon after getting marriedCredit: Instagram @nicole__daza
The ceremony was conducted in an incredibly romantic settingCredit: Rex
Model Nicole already has two children with JacobsCredit: Instagram @nicole__daza
She has vowed to continue her modelling career as a full-time motherCredit: Instagram @nicole__daza
Jacobs won gold in the 100m and 4x100m at last year’s Olympic Games in TokyoCredit: Getty

The pair did so in a romantic beach setting overlooking Lake Garda in his home country of Italy.

Nicole, 29, arrived at the altar by boat as she stepped off the water before going through her vows with Jacobs.

And the fastest man in the world took to social media after their marriage was official.

He posted a picture of them on their wedding day with their rings on and added: “Finally married🤵🏽‍♂️👰🏻‍♀️❤️.”


Nicole turned 29 years of age last weekCredit: Instagram @nicole__daza
She has nearly 90,000 followers on InstagramCredit: @nicole__daza
Nicole finally tied the knot with Jacobs earlier this monthCredit: @nicole__daza

It was an incredible setting for the pair to confirm their love to one another.

And present to witness the event was Gianmarco Tamberi – the Italian Olympic high jump champion who celebrated with Jacobs after his sprint gold in Tokyo last year.

Jacobs and Nicole met in a nightclub in Milan back in 2018 and have been together ever since.

They have already welcomed two children into the world – Anthony and Megan – and have now also turned their hand to marriage.

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Nicole is an Ecuadorian-born model and she has recently stated her desire to continue her profession despite also being a full-time mother.

She said: “Thanks to my agency, I participate in fashion events and go to fashion shows.

“This is what I do at the moment.”

Meanwhile, two-time Olympic champion Jacobs was forced to withdraw from the world championships earlier this year due to a thigh injury.

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However, he still holds aspirations of defending his 100m title in Paris in 2024.

The Italian sprinter was also a part of the Italian quartet which won the 4x100m relay in Tokyo.

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