Quote Of The Day
“I was panicking. I’ve never been so emotionally attached to another runner as I was at that moment. I could see the clock going :45, :46, :47 and I was screaming at him. Carlos is one of my good mates. To help him have a chance to go to the Olympics, I mean, it’s less pressure pacing but at the same time it’s more because you feel responsible getting him to where he wants to go. I couldn’t be happier for him.”
– New Zealand distance runner Daniel Wallis talking about pacing and then cheering on his friend and training partner, Carlos Trujillo, to his Olympic qualifying mark at the Eugene Marathon on Sunday. Trujillo will represent Guatemala in Rio after just dipping under the 2:19 standard with a 2:18:54 victory in Eugene.
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