Quote Of The Day
“They had proved themselves to be, in the motto of the Olympics, ‘the fastest, highest, strongest’ of their generation – the Mo Farahs, Jessica Ennis-Hills and Adam Peatys of their day – but their athletic achievements were no defence when war broke out between the great European powers. One by one they were cut down, their Olympic ideals no defence against the machine guns, mines and bombs of modern mechanised warfare.”
– The Telegraph writer Patrick Sawer, reviewing a book by Nigel McCrery titled, The Extinguished Flame, which tells the stories of Olympians who died fighting in World War I.
Super Hot on LetsRun: Official 2018 USA Indoor Day 1 Discussion Thread
- G. Dibaba Mile World Record attempt results here, Alexa Efraimson gets 3rd
- Impressive- 49 Year Old NFL Legend - Troy Aikman 6 Miles @ 8:24 pace
- Bernard Lagat's Track Career Has Come to an End- Share Your Respects Here
- Is a kiss on the first date expected or a bad move
- I was kicked out of the local gym for trying a marathon on the treadmill.
- Breaking point between hobby jogger, runner, and athlete
- Centro's Financial Landslide In Review - Has anyone else heard he had a $1 million bonus for Olympic gold? -
- What will you do if Evan Jager breaks the steeple world record?
- Who Wins? Trump or Hillary - In a Footrace?