Quote Of The Day
“To find out that my London 2017 was over as early as January was a new all-time low – the lowest of the low. It was a tough one to take because I had to wait a year and a bit until I could get back racing. But throughout it all I never thought I wanted to do something else. There have been horrible times when I’ve been really down. Each of the last few years I’ve had those days or weeks. But this is the only thing I really, truly care about – the only thing that makes me happy in my life. … It’s inevitable I compare myself to my best. I’m sure all athletes do that regardless of how long ago it was. It’s aspirational, I guess. Last year I literally had nine to 12 months of zero running. When you have a period of time like that you just want to get back into spikes and back on the track.”
– GB’s 32-year-old 2011 World 400H champ Dai Greene talking about fighting back from injuries and multiple surgeries over the past four years. He might not be in 2011 shape, but after winning British Champs two weeks ago he’s hoping for a good showing at the IAAF World Cup.
- NCAA 5,000 champ Sean McGorty ran a big 3:36.61 1500 pb this weekend
- Karissa Schweizer runs 4 second 1500 pb in Belgium - 4:06.77!!
- Clayton Murphy takes down World Indoor champ Adam Kszczot in 800 at Athletics World Cup
- El G's 1500m WR is now 20 years old!
- For people who are fluent in 3+ languages, what language do they think in?
- Kenenisa Bekele UNTAPED potential!
- Molly Seidel injury
- Struggling with easy running
- Matthew Centrowitz named as volunteer assistant coach at UW