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|Author: ||Down with whitey|
|Subject: ||RE: Tegenkamp Post 5000 Meters Comments|
joe Money wrote:
ďI just didnít have it. It was a slow first mile, and then they started going. At the mile we were 7 seconds off 12:55 pace, but he still ran 12:57. Iíve got a lot of work to do. Iíve got to get a lot stronger. I know I have the finish. Now I have to get close enough to use it. I have to work on the important part of the race, the first 3K. I hope to close the gap. Iím disappointed. I felt good. I thought I was ready to roll. They were messing around with the pace. It took a toll. It was tough. I might have forced myself too hard to cover the moves. I should have run more patiently to get back in it. Iíve got the anaerobic system. I can kick with gusto. Iíve got to get more miles in to get stronger, but I have to be smart about it. My coach and I have a plan. Weíre going to switch things up a little next year.Ē
The days of being "white" and winning or even contending on the international level are LONG GONE.
SEB COE was the last of the great white runners. Luckily he is probably the greatest middle distance runner to walk the earth...
Whites should stick to swimming, tennis, and golf. They just don't have the wheels to compete with the Africans...
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