Usain Bolt, world’s fastest human, interviewed by Michael Johnson, former world record holder 200 meters and current world record holder 400 meters. What you can expect from this is a casual approach by two extraordinary humans. And even if you are not a runner, you have the opportunity to see best-in-class and look for ways to adopt their attitude and approach into your own approach:
Significant human achievements, especially “firsts”, are rare. And they are rare because no human has ever done such a thing before. If we are lucky, we may see a few in our lifetimes.
What comes to mind from your own experience?
Tyson Gay, second fastest human ever, in the history of the world, is the ONLY human to run:
sub 10 in 100 meters
sub 20 in 200 meters
sub 45 in 400 meters
A few weeks ago, Tyson ran a 400 meters PR 44.89, to set the milestone above.
If you enjoy Track & Field or have a curiosity about the current hype between Tyson Gay, Usain Bolt and Asafa Powell – the three fastest humans of all time are running in the same lifetime, in the same meets – then you will probably enjoy this article from IAAF.org