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Lance Brauman speaks to the Shoe Addicts on the care and development of sprinters. This interview was done at the adiRunBASE in Boston On June 16, 2016. If you are a coach, I would send all three (more to come ) of these interviews to your team.
Terrence Mahon was interviewed by the Shoe Addicts at the adiRunBASE Boston on June 16, 2016. The question answered in this interview was how young athletes should be developed. It is a fascinating look into what one of our finest coaches looks for with young athletes.
Lance Brauman has coached ten women athletes who have raced 100 meters under 11 seconds, and ten men who have raced 100 meters under 10 seconds. This is part two of the interview done with the The Shoe Addicts at the adiRunBase presser for adidas BOOST Boston Games on June 16, 2016.
Maurice Greene is one of the finest American sprinters in our sports' history. World Champion at 100 meters in 1997 and 1999, Olympic champion at 100 meters in 2000 and bronze for 100m in 2004, Maurice Greene also was a member of gold and silver medal teams in 2000 and 2004, respectively. This interview was conducted during the first night of the adidas BOOST Boston Games on June 17. This part of the interview was focused on what Mo Greene thought about young athletes going pro early in their careers.
This interview of NIck Willis happened at the adidas Presser for the adidas BOOST Boston Games. Nick Willis, the 2008 Olympic silver medalist and 2016 World Indoor Champs bronze medalist, spoke with The Shoe Addicts on June 16, 2016. In this interview, Nick Willis explains how we was using the race last Friday as part of his preparations for the Rio Olympics.
Ajee' Wilson ran her best race outdoors on June 17, 2016. Running 1:59.72, and holding off Molly Ludlow (1:59.93), Ajee' showed the shape she told us she was in: and it is fantastic. This interview was done by the Shoe Addicts with Ajee' on June 16, 2016 at the adiRunBase in Boston.
Yohan Blake is the second fastest man in the known world. His 100 meters and 200 meters are only behind one Usain Bolt. Yohan is also the 2011 World Champion over 100 meters. His two year battle to overcome injuries has left him stronger, and wiser. In 2016, Yohan has run 9.94 so far and this past weekend, he was second in a photo finish 100 meters on the street, with Marvin Bracy. Yohan gave the Shoe Addicts a few minutes on June 16 at the adiRunBase Boston store, right after the adidas BOOST Boston presser.
Last Friday night, I watched Wayde Van Niekerk run a wonderful 400 meters in 44.29. Not his best of the year, but a fine performance from the only man who has run sub 10 seconds in the 100 meters, sub 20 seconds in the 200 meters and sub 44 seconds in the 400 meters. And his 300 meters is number two time in the world. This interview, produced by the Shoe Addicts, was done at the adiRunBase Boston, on June 16, 2016, prior to the two day adidas BOOST Boston Games. Wayde Van Niekerk is a thoughtful young man, who enjoys his sport, tries to juggle the world travel as well as he can, and who, I believe, will provide us with a magnifiscent 400 meters in the Rio Games in August 2016.
Tori Bowie continues her focus and building towards the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials and the Rio Olympics. This interview took place at the adiRunBASe in Boston during the adidas BOOST Presser for the inaugural adidas BOOST Boston Games. This interview was produced on June 16, 2018, by the Shoe Addicts. Tori Bowie ran 11.03 on the new street track, located on Charles Street, on June 18, 2016.
Jenn Suhr is the 2008 Beijing Olympic silver medalist and 2012 London Olympic gold medalist in the pole vault. In March, in a fascinating battle for pole vault supremacy, Jenn Suhr won the 2016 World Indoor Champs. Right now, Jenn Suhr is juggling the needs to train and rest before the trials. This interview was done June 16, at the adi RunBase in Boston. Unfortunately, Jenn Suhr, after warm up on June 18, decided not to compete. She has to save those legs for the US Olympic Trials.

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