Quote Of The Day
“It is because of poverty. When you think about where you are coming from and how that single win you are chasing can change everything you will train hard even if it means losing your limbs. Training is hard work, no child from a rich family can become an athlete. But because most athletes are not educated they soon lose all the money they get. It is a cycle.”
– Former Frankfurt Marathon winner Elias Kiptum talking about the unfortunate tendency for some Kenyan athletes to mismanage their money and end up back in poverty after they had worked so hard to escape it.
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