Caitlyn Jenner Looks Back at Olympic Journey, Struggle with Identity

Netflix has dropped the first trailer for its upcoming docuseries, “Untold.” The five-part event will bring “fresh eyes to some of the greatest stories in sports,” including Caitlyn Jenner and her journey to win the decathlon gold in the 1976 Summer Olympics. As teased in the trailer, Jenner will take a look back at her time competing at the Montreal Olympics, during which she struggled to accept her identity. “I spent my entire life hiding,” Jenner can be heard saying in the trailer. “I didn’t want people to know me and know who I was.” In addition to Jenner, other athletes who will appear in the docuseries are NBA star Metta Sandiford-Artest, tennis player Mardy Fish and boxer Christy Martin. The first part of the docuseries, titled “Untold: Malice at the Palace,” will be released on Netflix on August 10, with each new part dropping every Tuesday. “Untold: Caitlyn Jenner” will premiere on August 24.

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