Beck Track Dedicated to Olympic Gold Medalist, Georgetown Native, Maybank
Before Anthuan Maybank became a Georgetown Bulldog, an Iowa Hawkeye or a member of Team USA, there was the playground down the street on Black River Road.
That’s where Maybank, 52, the anchor of the gold medal-winning American men’s 4x400 meter relay team at the 1996 Summer Olympics, learned he liked to be active.
“That’s where I went every day to play basketball, there were swing sets, and I think that’s the start of me being active, overall,” the Georgetown-born Maybank said. “Finding my sport, finding my way of what I wanted to do later on.” Read On