Olympics Medalist Ato Boldon On When He Knew He Was A UCLA Bruin.
An NFL "Speed" Lesson From Ato Boldon
Ato Boldon becomes T&T's first ever world champion. Athens 1997
Ato Boldon Commentates his Own Olympic Medal Race | Take the Mic
Men's 4x100 Semi-Final Heat 2 -2000 Sydney Olympics Track & Field
Briana Williams @brianastarr21 11.11 (1.5) wins NACAC under-18 100m title. New meet record. https://t.co/pezWQrVPUu
Jamaican under-18/under-20 record, #2 all-time under-18, USA high schools #2 all time https://t.co/GxoP4kpfHi
Take a look at how the tracks in Trinidad and Tobago are “maintained”… https://t.co/TBv9CKG6tF
#PennRelays starts on NBCSN now at 1pm E, then join us from #DrakeRelays at 3pm Eastern https://t.co/IB7YbvG6Al
Ato Jabari Boldon is a former athlete from Trinidad and Tobago and four-time Olympic medal winner. Only three other men in history—Usain Bolt, Frankie Fredericks and Carl Lewis—have won as many Olympic individual event sprint medals. He is the current Trinidad and Tobago national record holder in the 50, 60 and 200 metres events with times of 5.64, 6.49 and 19.77 seconds respectively. He also held the 100m national record at 9.86, having run it four times, until Richard Thompson ran 9.85 on 13 August 2011. He also holds the Commonwealth Games record in the 100 m.