Quote Of The Day
“Panic started to set in. All the street names looked the same to me. I started freaking out. I must have run two or three miles to try and find where I was. I started crying. I tried to talk to people but nobody could speak English … At about 7.30pm I finally returned to the apartment … I walked in sweating and crying and all these American athletes who were watching TV looked up at me and said ‘you’ve been gone for a long time. It must have been a long run?’ I said ‘I was lost and nobody cared about me.’ At the time it was very traumatic. I was this little girl lost in the Netherlands. It was so scary.”
– US 800 runner Molly Beckwith-Ludlow talking about how she got lost on a run during her first trip overseas. What was supposed to be 45 minutes turned into 4 and a half hours.
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