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Former World 100m Record Holder In Split

Retired former 100m world record holder Maurice Greene was spotted strolling around the streets of the Dalmatian city of Split on Tuesday morning with a familiar face. American Greene, who won four Olympic medals including three golds, was in Split doing an interview with the cities and Croatia’s most famous track and field athlete – high jumper Blanka Vlasic.

Greene now works for broadcaster ESPN and arrived to interview Vlasic about her career and life. Greene, Vlasic and the film crew also visited Split’s fish markets where they went to buy some fish. The interview will screen on ESPN.

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