Journalist: good morning and welcome to our programme Sports champions! Today we’are talking to one of the most famous baseball player in the world, Michael Jeffrey Jordan.
Michael: Hi, thank you.
Journalist, we know your nickname is the Air Jordan…. Why, Michael?
Michael: I think it’s for my hairness and technical qualities.
Journalist: you were elected “the greatest North American athlete of the 20th century” in 1999 by the ESPN sports television channel . The fame you gained on the field made you a sports icon, to the point of pushing Nike to dedicate you line of basketball shoes called Air Jordan , introduced in 1984 . Are you happy?
Michael: Oh yes, of course, I’m very proud of that.
Journalist: could you tell us about your career at the University ?
Michael: I played for three years at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill , where I led the team to victory in the NCAA National Championship in 1982. I was then chosen third in the 1984 NBA Draft by the Chicago Bulls…
Jounalist: and then you became one of the stars of the league , helping to popularize the NBA worldwide in the 1980s and 1990s!
Michael: that’s right.
Journalist: now I would like to ask you about your future projects…
Michael, well , I want to become a famous trainer!
Journalist: are you joking?….Ok we wish you all the best, thank for coming, good bye.
Michael: my pleasure, bye!