Quote Of The Day
“To have that much time off in your career, of no running, is just crazy. From being one of the best in the world year after year to just falling off the radar entirely … It’s a massive frustration. I’ve only got a finite amount of time to do what I want to do in my career. I try not to think too much about [what happened] because then I’ll get bitter. … If you are going to see a surgeon there is only one response that they’re going to give you: that they can fix you with surgery. It doesn’t mean it’s the right thing to do and it doesn’t mean that they can. … I feel like there’s nothing out there that’s that easy to get hold of for us. We just take whatever information the doctor is telling us or selling us as fact.”
– GB’s 2011 400 hurdles world champion Dai Greene sharing his frustration that complications from a minor hernia surgery have hindered him over the last 5 years of his career.
- Tuohy will NOT win NXN
- Who's the best inner city cross country team?
- Going from 400m runner to marathon runner in less than a week
- Pausing during runs: yay or nay?
- Illegal immigrants...why the vitriol?
- Was Bowerman a jerk
- Most adults have only 4-5 hours in a day to do everything they want to do
- Running for joy and fitness only
- Just saw an interview where Zion Williamson claimed to run a 4:55 mile in HS.
- Best High school coaches in country?