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The Warm-Up Track: BBC World Service Athletics Podcast

World and Olympic champions Tianna Bartoletta, Dalilah Muhammad and Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake join the BBC team for the track and field conversation you never get to hear.

Welcome to our brand new athletics podcast, The Warm-Up Track, where we take you behind the scenes at the Diamond League, bringing together global superstars for the track and field conversation you never get to hear.

This week the BBC's Ed Harry and Ade Adedoyin are joined by World and Olympic champions Tianna Bartoletta, Dalilah Muhammad and Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake to chat all things track and field and everything in between.

What can Nethaneel never travel without? Why is Tianna frustrated with track-side journalists? Does Dalilah think athletics can thrive without Usain Bolt? And how do they feel about the CAS ruling against Caster Semenya?

Have a listen and find out.....

Photo credit: Tianna Bartoletta, Dalilah Muhammad and Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake (Getty Images)

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