Manteo Mitchell broke his leg halfway through the opening lap of the men’s 4 x 400m prelims at the London Olympics and KEPT RUNNING. His team went on to set a record breaking time, unknown to them that he had broken his leg at the very start of the race.
Sports are a microcosm for society, and it’s important to have diverse representation within communities like these. In this podcast I talk a bit about why I think that matters, a time where I have felt like I didn’t belong, and some recent athlete examples.
Justin Su’a is a mental performance coach for the Tampa Bay Rays (MLB). He is an author, hosts 2 incredible podcasts (including a new one with Sports Illustrated), and posts daily mindset tips on Twitter and Instagram.
Prince Daniels, Jr. is a former NFL running back turned high performance mentor, author and entrepreneur who lives by the mantra: “Nothing is impossible unless you truly believe it is.” His personal story is one of determination and a true-to-life testimony that anything is possible.
On February 20, 2021, Greg Taylor will be biking the United States of America for Charity. Partnering with the Cancer nonprofit, Chemo Noir, and its founder, Katrin Casey, he will be riding solo from Jacksonville, FL to San Diego, San Diego to Seattle, Seattle to Maine, and Maine to his home in Jacksonville.
Manteo Mitchell broke his leg halfway through the men’s 4 x 400m ath the London Olympics & kept going. Manteo discusses his track & field comeback, how he dealt with the mental repercussion of his injury, and his new journey of trying to qualify for the Winter Olympics in bobsled.
Ilanna Barkusky is an award winning photographer from Vancouver, Canada, now in LA. In this conversation Ilanna shares her upbringing, inner drive, and motivation to keep taking risks and pushing herself creatively. Nat & Ilanna also discuss diversity & women in the sports industry, mindset, and self development.