- Olympic gold medalist Tianna Madison helps young women develop personal strength
- Through her program, Club 360, she teaches girls to live with self-respect and integrity
- As a world record holder and Olympic champion, she uses her own experience as an inspiration
In the 4x100 sprint relay, it is the handoffs that decide the winner. Speed is important, but without a top-notch changeover, you're out. The maneuver is a perfectly orchestrated move performed in a split second without looking.
It's all about teamwork, something Tianna Madison knows a thing or two about. She was part of the U.S. team that won gold in the relay at the London Olympics, shattering the world record in the process.