Paula Dunn is from arguably the last golden era of world athletics; when digital media wasn’t really a thing and football not so dominant. In the 1980s and early 90s, athletics was the sport that offered us the heroes and household names. The Olympics, Commonwealth Games, World Champs dominated TV screens, providing incredible moments from perhaps the purest form of physical competition.
Paula was in that mix, competing at the big championships from where she would collect a medal haul that included five medals at the Commonwealth Games.
Sport psychologist, Simon Hartley, picks up the conversation with the former GB 100m, 200m and sprint relay Olympian.
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