Quote Of The Day
“It’s something we try to learn. It was not easy for most athletes to accept the position you find yourself in (when upsets show up). This is a race where many new athletes come, you get new challenges, the [Mariya Savinovas], [Caster] Semenyas and what kept me going is there is second and third places to go for. … I’m trying to teach them you can go to a race and fail to perform as you expect. You need to realize your mistakes to go for the next season.”
– Former world 800 champion Janeth Jepkosgei warning current world champion Eunice Sum to be prepared for the day when she might no longer be on top. In addition to her 2007 gold, 31-year-old Jepkosgei has Olympic and World silver from 2008 and 2009 and a World bronze in 2011.
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