Quote Of The Day
“Is there not a point at which publicly reassuring a disheartened constituency of your leadership in matters such as doping outweighs the value of upholding a no-comment policy? It’s perplexing how leaders in some sports can find ways to respond to overwhelming public demands in extreme circumstances but others cannot. … Here’s one lesson for USATF from 2014, after all the membership clashes, Albuquerque, the Instagram squabbling, the doping controversies: Optics matter. Max Siegel can do all the deal-making he wants, but his successes, and by extension, USATF’s, will ultimately be undermined if he loses popular support in the process.”
– RunnersWorld editor Nick Weldon writing a piece titled, “USATF Versus Its Critics: Who’s Off Track?” Weldon summarizes the slew of USATF controversies from the past year and examines both sides of the issues.
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