‘Sprint’ Sports Docuseries from ‘F1: Drive to Survive’ Creators Coming to Netflix in July 2024

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Sprint Sports Docuseries From Drive To Survive Creator Coming To Netflix In July 2024

Picture: Sprint – Box to Box Films

From the creators of Drive to Survive, Netflix’s latest exciting sports docuseries Sprint will follow the world’s fastest athletes as they compete in the 2023 World Championships and prepare for the 2024 Paris Olympic Games.

Sprint is an upcoming sports docuseries from Box to Box Films, the creators of popular docuseries such as F1: Drive to Survive, Full Swing, Break Point, Six: Full Contact, and Tour de France; Unchained. Paul Martin, James Gay-Rees, and Warren Smith are the series’ executive producers.

Lord Sebastian Coe, the World Athletics President, had the following to say about the series;

“We’re delighted that Netflix has chosen to turn a spotlight onto the lives of the fastest people on Earth. It takes a special talent, both physically and mentally, to succeed in a world where your fate is decided in just ten seconds. As Muhammad Ali said: “The fight is won or lost far away from the witnesses, behind the lines, in the gym and out there on the road, long before I dance under those lights.” The same applies to our athletes and we can think of no better partner than Netflix to give our fans new insight into the fascinating high-intensity world of sprinters as they prepare to take their shot at glory at the World Championships.”

World Athletics Indoor Championships 2024 Previews

Scotland , United Kingdom – 29 February 2024; World Athletics President Seb Coe speaking during the official press conference ahead of the World Indoor Athletics Championships 2024 at Emirates Arena in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo By Sam Barnes/Sportsfile via Getty Images)

When is Sprint coming to Netflix?

It has been confirmed that Sprint will premiere on Netflix on July 2nd, 2024.

Poster Sprint Sports Docuseries From Drive To Survive Creator Coming To Netflix In July 2024

What is Sprint?

Athletes compete in the 100-meter and 200-meter sprints to be the fastest in the world. Defined by their incredible speeds and world record-breaking races, the world has witnessed the extraordinary feats and exploits of Jesse Ownes, Michael Johnson, and Usain Bolt.

Sprint focuses on the current generation of great sprinters as they compete at the 2023 World Championships and their preparation for the 2024 Paris Olympic Games. With exclusive access to the men’s and women’s sprinters, audiences will see the grueling training and preparations the athletes make as they attempt to become the fastest in the world and hope to break world records.

What athletes will Sprint follow?

So far, we only have three confirmed names for Sprint: Sha’Carri Richardson, Noah Lyles, and Shericka Jackson. However, we know that US, Jamaica, the UK, Ivory Coast, Kenya, and Italy athletes will be represented.

What is the episode count?

It has already been confirmed that there will be a total of six episodes. Each episode has a runtime of 45 minutes.

Will you be watching Sprint on Netflix? Let us know in the comments below!

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