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B&B (Video): Ato reveals his fondest memory at the Ato Boldon Stadium—putting tears in USA’s eyes

Four-time Trinidad and Tobago Olympic medallist, track coach and NBC analyst Ato Boldon reveals the coolest moment ever to have a national stadium named after him: when the Alvin Jones-inspired Soca Warriors torched United States’ Russia 2018 World Cup dreams at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva!

Look out for our full interview with Boldon and KNVB-licensed coach instructor Hayden Martin on the Burdie and Barney Show on Friday 23 July as we discuss Trinidad and Tobago’s performance at the 2021 Gold Cup, and what sport fans can look forward to at the Tokyo Olympic Games

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  1. Wired868, allyuh get the wrong message.

    When the PM say that from Monday we could start getting doubles again, he did mean the real ting, not teasers!

    A double Ato teaser? The real McCoy coming dis month, I hope?