By Chris Michaud NEW YORK (Reuters) - Barred from competing in the 1936 Olympics, the Jewish kid from the Bronx who could run faster than anyone in the neighbourhood went on to forge a career as a pioneering sportscaster who was the voice of two pro franchises, but never forgot his roots. "I don't ever remember walking as a young person," Marty Glickman, the subject of the documentary "Glickman" which premieres on Monday on HBO, says in the film's opening. "I always ran. It was my nature to run. ... Click here to read full news..