1:45? more like 1:51/dnf
I guess if he wants to run 1:45 every weekend then, yeah, it was a good choice.
I'll be the first to admit that I was wrong. I'm extremely shocked. Maybe he has broken the curse?
the camel wrote:
Bump for the haters to apologize.
No big Nike fan here (in terms of their track brand management) but I don't fault them for caring about being a successful business over trying to only sponsor American runners.
Stunning turnaround for him. I thought he was done, like Aman. However, it is a shame to be using Nike's resources to help foreign nationals beat American athletes at World's.
Him and Osagie were both wearing the vest.
Mad Gassy wrote:
Is he actually even part of the group? As recently as June 1 he had still not made his way to Eugene.
He's there now, but then again now it's time to travel to Europe. Is Rowland his coach and is he working out with the group?
Less partying at OTC?
For Amos it might actually be good. Some structure, less partying, etc. It also seems like he has a killer instinct while racing. Those OTC guys are pretty soft though so it might rub off on him.