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123: Michael Johnson on serial winning, challenges and preparing to peak

This week’s guest is Michael Johnson.

Michael will not need an introduction to many of you, but for those who are not aware of one of the greatest athletes of all time and for those who want a recap here are a few highlights. Michael has won gold medals in 200, 400m and 4 x 400 at the Goodwill games. He took gold medals at the 1991, 1993, 1995, 1997, 1999 World Championships and golds the 1992, 1996 and 2000 Olympics Games. Unforgettably, Michael broke the world 200m record in an astonishing time of 19.32 s at the Atlanta Olympics in 1996, having a few days before won the 400m title. Michael also broke the world 400m record in the Seville World Championship final in a time of 43.18. Those records stood for 14 and 17 years respectively.

Since Michael retired he is familiar to many as a commentator and pundit for athletics, where he offers great depth, perceptive insight, challenge and clarity of thought about performance. He is also an entrepreneur, running Michael Johnson Performance, providing speed, agility and injury prevention support to elite teams.

In this discussion we of course talk about all of these things, Michael’s athletic career, as well as how he’s how cultured insights into how people perform, where he thinks athletics is going, and his work in business.

As you’d expect Michael brings rich insight to all of these.

I hope you enjoy the conversation!

***We’re taking a short break from the podcast. I hope you’re enjoyed the series***




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