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In the Moment with David Greene

Religion of Sports | PRX

The most adrenaline-charged, fist-pumping moments in sports happen in the blink of an eye for fans. But those moments are years in the making for athletes. And the impact of them can last a lifetime.

In the Moment is a new podcast from the people who brought you Man in the Arena. Every Tuesday, host David Greene takes you inside the mind of an athlete at a pivotal moment in their career. David combines his experience as the former host of NPR’s Morning Edition with the passion of a diehard sports fan to relive some of the biggest moments in sports.

From Religion of Sports and PRX.

2021, 2022

The most adrenaline-charged, fist-pumping moments in sports happen in the blink of an eye for fans. But those moments are years in the making for athletes. And the impact of them can last a lifetime.

In the Moment is a new podcast from the people who brought you Man in the Arena. Every Tuesday, host David Greene takes you inside the mind of an athlete at a pivotal moment in their career. David combines his experience as the former host of NPR’s Morning Edition with the passion of a diehard sports fan to relive some of the biggest moments in sports.

From Religion of Sports and PRX.

2021, 2022

MAN IN THE ARENA Part 8: Real Talk

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January 4, 202230min 51sec

When Tom Brady won his first Super Bowl, social media barely existed. But now Brady is kind of a master of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, even Tik Tok. For Brady and other athletes, the key to success is making people think they're seeing the real you—something that is a lot harder than it sounds. 

And we’re now in a world where pretty much all of us can share something about our personal lives online. But is this online version of ourselves really true to life? 

And what do the differences between how we present ourselves—and who we actually ARE— show us about what is and isn’t “authentic?”

Guests: Doug Sanders (Sanders Sports and Entertainment), Jennifer Szalai (New York Times)