Interview: Former track pro Bryn Davis talks training and tussling

Renowned Las Vegas professional track and field athlete-turned-trainer, Bryn Davis, poses for a portrait in a studio at Lotus Broadcasting on Aug. 2.

North Las Vegas sprinter-turned-pro-turned-coach, Bryn Davis, boasts an impressive résumé.

The Mojave High School alum’s three world champions (including Jamaica’s Jermaine Brown who ran with star Yohan Blake during the 2014 International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) World Relays men’s 4x200m race) and a number of other accolades are nothing to scoff at. Davis also extends his training to more than just track athletes through his organization, Triple Crown Athletics.

Now that track-and field’s recruiting season is on, he took some time to talk with the Las Vegas Sport Network’s Marcus Lavergne about a number of topics including the upcoming Mayweather-McGregor bout and what it takes to train across disciplines.

Take a listen to the two parts of this 23-minute conversation here:

Part one:

Part two:

Author: Marcus Lavergne

Marcus Lavergne is a journalist and reporter working with Lotus Broadcasting. He graduated in May 2017 from the University of Nevada, Reno. Marcus aspires to cover a range of sports related topics, while also integrating in-depth stories and interviews on individuals in the Las Vegas area into his content. Outside of work, Marcus's free-time consists of cooking, paying close attention to daily news nationally and internationally, and playing video games and sports — those on a field or track, in particular.

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