U.S. Olympic-qualifying Biathlete Tracy Barnes joined Ali Nejad in ESPN’s GUINNESS SUITE to share details of her decision to give up her Olympic spot so her sister Lanny Barnes could compete. Tracy is currently in Sochi to cheer on her sister!US Biathlete Tracy Barnes Talks Olympics
The ESPN GUINNESS SUITE is the first-of-its-kind content platform for ESPN that tells the untold stories of today’s biggest names in sports and entertainment for a more substantive interview and “off the field” stories airing weekly during SportsCenter, and living on the GUINNESS SUITE Digital Hub, through June 2014. The GUINNESS SUITE is part of the Guinness brand’s “Made of More” campaign that launched in the fall with the emotionally charged Basketball TV spot.
Meet The Hosts
ESPN invites you to meet the hosts of the Guinness Suite, Ali Nejad and Michelle Marie. Nejad, a Northern California native, has been on-air since the age of 17. His credits include ESPNU’s “Road Trip” and “World Series of Poker.” In addition to being a huge sports and entertainment fan, Nejad is also a former professional poker player. Marie hails from Los Angeles and has interviewed countless entertainers and athletes throughout her career. As the “Associated Press Live” the red carpet anchor, she covers all the major awards. She loves her sports, specifically her hometown L.A. Lakers.
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