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B&B Ep 15: Ato Boldon on Crawford, Greene, Bolt, NAAATT—and the highs and lows of his track career

Four-time Olympic medallist, coach and analyst Ato Boldon talks to Burdie and Barney about the highs and lows of his storied track career, fighting with the NAAATT, his relationship with former teammate Maurice Greene, why Italian sprint champion Lamont Jacobs deserves the benefit of the doubt, and the impact of two iconic sprinters: Hasely Crawford and Usain Bolt.

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Burdie and Barney Show
Burdie and Barney tackle high-profile guests, burning issues and, eh, each other, in an irreverent, informative and infectious sport show. Rated PP for ‘Plenty Picong’! Subscribe at Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Spotify, or TuneIn Radio, or follow at Wired868’s YouTube Channel!

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4 comments

  1. Sheldon Waithe

    Excellent and informative podcast guys. Thanks for providing Ato Boldon with a platform to be direct and open about our sport, the continued lack of professionalism that surrounds it as well as a great insight into his career(s). Keep up the good work

  2. Great pod! The convo was flowing and informative!

  3. I sat down here and thoroughly enjoyed this , Learning about track and fields methodology and of course hearing my favorite TT Champion whom I grew up following all his races from 1995-2004. Thank you, ATO, for reliving some moments and giving your expert analytical advice.