Quote Of The Day
“I was the first person from my school (New Mexico) to win [an NCAA indoor individual title] for 30 years so it was pretty special. There were a few haters, mainly from me being older and English. I was 24 and 25 when I won. Maybe rightly some people thought it was unfair as most college kids are 18 to 23. But I was not breaking any rules and had only been training for a few years so I never thought too much of it.”
“… Winning the NCAA title changed my life. All of a sudden I was looking at running as a potential profession, not a hobby – something I had never thought possible.”
– Former NCAA champion Lee Emanuel talking about winning back-to-back NCAA Indoor mile titles in 2009-10.
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