Quote Of The Day
“When she raced at Stanford, it was one of the best races she’s done in a long, long time. A little after that, her body started coming up short. It was its way of saying, ‘You can’t keep doing this.’ She’s put in 20 years on the track. … She said, ‘I didn’t want to go out like this.’ And I said, ‘You know Maggie, almost every athlete goes out like this. The only way to truly know when you’re done is when it happens. You have to add it all up, the return you get vs. the pain and the frustration.’”
– Maggie Vessey‘s coach Greg Brock talking about her 2016 season which started with early success, but lead to injuries and Olympic Trials disappointment. 34-year-old Vessey isn’t officially retired yet, but knows it was probably her last Trials.
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