Legendary previous sprinter who earned 4 Olympic medals and established nationwide records in the 50, 60, 100 and 200 meter events. Pursuing his illustrious athletic profession, he became a monitor and field analyst for NBC and ESPN. He still left Trinidad for america at age group fourteen and performed soccer at Jamaica SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in Queens, NY. Ato Boldon Stadium, built with the Trinidadian federal government for the 2001 Under-17 Globe Cup, was called in his honor. He was wedded to Cassandra Mills from 1998 to 2005. He and American sprinter Tyson Gay are both Globe Champions in the men’s 200 meter competition.