Quote Of The Day
“I still believe I can run 2:12 or 2:13, and maybe even faster on a great day. The question that I have to ask myself is whether or not I want to do the work to get in 2:14 shape. I really don’t know. I play a little mind game with myself about it. It’s going to hurt a lot more than it ever did in the past, and there are no guarantees. … I am completely satisfied with what I have done in my career, whether I run another race or not. But on the same token, it is interesting to think about because it’s only 17 months away. If I am the people’s champion, maybe I should find out if the people want me to run or not. Maybe I should put it on Twitter and ask ‘what would you do if you were in my shoes?’ Maybe people would tell me to run. Or maybe they won’t.”
– Meb Keflezighi talking about the possibility of coming out of retirement to try and make his fifth Olympic team for Tokyo 2020.
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