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The Netflix Docuseries “Sprint” Is Now Available To Binge

Have producers done enough to bring track and field to the spotlight, as they did with cycling and F1?

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We talked about our predictions for Sprint in a recent podcast:

A couple of months ago, Netflix announced the release date of ‘Sprint,’ a sports documentary series that spotlights sprinters throughout their preparation, training, and competition. From the people who turned cycling and F1 from nothing to something, ‘Sprint’ will hope to bring that same mainstream push.

‘Sprint‘ centers on the intense pressure of competing in a 10-second race under the watchful eyes of thousands, and today, it’s yours to binge on Netflix.

The series features athletes top-tier athletes, including a number of world and Olympic champions from the U.S., Jamaica, the U.K., the Ivory Coast, Kenya, and Italy, including Noah Lyles, Sha’Carri Richardson, Marcell Jacobs, and Shericka Jackson.

Season one is made up of six episodes of about 45-minutes each (so it’s definitely binge-able in a day or two).

Haven’t watched the trailer yet? Check it out below!

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Jessy has been active her whole life, competing in cross-country, track running, and soccer throughout her undergrad. She pivoted to road cycling after completing her Bachelor of Kinesiology with Nutrition from Acadia University. Jessy is currently a professional road cyclist living and training in Spain.

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