Mo & Larry Show, part 1: Speaking about the 100 meters


Now in its second year, the Mo & Larry show features Maurice Greene and Larry Eder. Maurice Greene dominated the 100 meters from 1997 to 2001, and has the World Championships medals (including 200 meters and 4x100 meters), plus Olympic medals to prove it.

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What is fun about these interviews? What is fun is how much we learn from Maurice each time we throw some questions at him. A sense of the current sprint battles, a keen eye for observation, and a finely honed sense of humor are three of Maurice Greene's best traits during this series. The information, from the life long observing of fine sprinting, and the deep down understanding of what makes champions tick, allows Maurice Greene to provide our viewers (especially coaches) a unique view of our sport. In the end, Maurice Greene loves the sport, and his appreciation for the sport comes through in each and every segment.

My suggestion? If you are high school coach, college coach or an athlete, save these videos. Maurice Greenes' comments on the racing in London were dead on. HIs prescient commentary will help you in future racing.


And finally, for the second year, adidas supported this video series. We are fortunate to have adidas as a sponsor who sees that better athletes and providing them insights from adidas ambassadors is a great way to celebrate our sport. Thanks, adidas and Spencer Nel!

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