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Olympic gold medalist, former world record holder Maurice Greene getting Arizona high school athletes to believe in dreams

When the high school football players are introduced to the man in the middle of Athletes Performance Enhancement in Mesa, they don’t fully understand who is taking them through their paces, working on refining technique, balance, speed work.
Until they look up his YouTube video running 100 meters in Greece in 1999.
Then, their jaws drop, as they watch Maurice Greene cross the finish line in 9.79 seconds, then a world record.

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They weren’t even born when Greene became the fastest man on Earth