Quote Of The Day
“[After London 2012] it was like, ‘Am I still going to do this or not?’ I was 29 years old, and I was very disappointed with what happened, and I wanted to make amends for that. Am I going to head into the business and corporate world, or am I going to keep sticking with this? By turning my back to the options of off-the-track work, there’s no looking back. It’s difficult to start climbing the corporate ladder at 31, 32. So I was like, I’m going for broke now.”
” … With the birth of my son [Lachlan, born in July 2013], I’ve experienced a lot of joy basically being a stay-at-home dad … I train two and a half, three hours a day at most. The rest of the time, I’m home with my boy … I realised that the longer I can keep doing this, and having success, the longer I can be a good dad. It’s very easy to be motivated now, probably more so than when I was just out of college.”
– Nick Willis explaining how he’s more motivated than ever to succeed in running so he can keep being a stay-at-home dad.
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