Have you ever asked yourself what goes on in the mind of an athlete when they’re setting a world record? How do they mentally prepare themselves? What are their rituals? How do they feel after they’ve proven themselves to be the best in the world? How do they feel when they end up falling short?

In this webinar, 9-time Olympic gold medalist and eight-time world champion Carl Lewis looks back at some of the highlights from his career during his fiercest moments of competition.  As you’re listening to it, take a look at

• His 100M Gold Medal Victory at the LA Olympics in 1984, where he matched Jesse Owens’ feat of winning four gold medals in a single Olympics;
• His World Record Breaking 100M Sprint during the 1991 World Championships in Tokyo;
• The “Big Series” of Long Jumps at Mt. Sac Relays  in ’87

…and his Legendary Long Jump Showdown with fellow Championship rival Mike Powell.

Lewis presents moment-by-moment breakdowns of some of the most mentally challenging and mechanically outstanding competitions from his 27-year career.

Gain the insights of a champion so you can be one step closer to becoming one yourself.

The big takeaway:  Be LASER focused on the task at hand, in THAT moment!  Whether breaking world records or overcoming adversity, Carl was unwavering in his commitment to be his best self, always.

Here’s the link to the audio: