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$\color{blue}{\text{My first name}}$

$\small\bullet$ Prefix is a country, but I don't belong to there
$\small\bullet$ Infix is the name of a saint
$\small\bullet$ Suffix is a preposition

$\color{blue}{\text{My last name}}$

$\small\bullet$ It actually symbolizes my character
$\small\bullet$ Be careful! Don't get struck by it...

Who am I ?

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You are

Usain Bolt

Prefix is a country, but I don't belong to there

Us-, as in U.S., but Usain is from Jamaica.

Infix is the name of a saint

Eh, this one's sketchy. Sain as in saint? I dunno. The "s" was already used for the prefix.

Suffix is a preposition

in?

Last name: It actually symbolizes my character. Be careful! Don't get struck by it...

Bolt, as in lightning bolt? It's definitely symbolic of his speed as a runner.

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  • $\begingroup$ The saint is probably sai $\endgroup$ – Sid Jun 12 at 18:35
  • $\begingroup$ Ah, yeah, maybe. Still poses the problem of a letter being used for more than one role. But maybe I misunderstood the meaning of infix in this context? $\endgroup$ – AleksandrH Jun 12 at 18:37
  • $\begingroup$ @AleksandrH In Riley riddles, the infix usually overlaps with the prefix and suffix. See: the original $\endgroup$ – scatter Jun 12 at 19:04
  • $\begingroup$ @scatter Interesting! Good to know. $\endgroup$ – AleksandrH Jun 12 at 21:39
  • $\begingroup$ As sid stated, it is Sai $\endgroup$ – Ak19 Jun 13 at 0:22

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