Quote Of The Day
“Earlier in the season, things weren’t going well and, if it didn’t go well today, I knew it was done. I would have had to seriously review my situation. You could say I was running for my career. I was running for everything. I wanted to still compete this year, I was running for the opportunity to compete.”
– Dwain Chambers talking after he won his 5th straight British 100 title at 36 years old. He came in ranked only 10th in the UK, but beat a field of much younger guys, including recent 9.96 man Chijindu Ujah, and talked about how he was thinking of retiring if he lost.
Super Hot on LetsRun: Jordan Hasay drops out after going out over 3 hour pace
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- Without Googling who's college PRs are these? ...(Female)
- The Amazing Devon Allen (True Freshman USA 110H Champ)
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