Rain Is His Kryptonite
“This was a fast race after the World Championships. I could not really move well, I think it is because of the rain. I do not like running in the rain. I did not come fourth on purpose. I did not feel my legs move nicely. I hope to get good weather for my next race in Rieti. … I was looking for a good, fast race and now I am disappointed with my result. The track was a little bit hard and also wet today. And I think I was a little bit afraid of this.”
– David Rudisha talking after finishing back in fourth (almost sixth) in the Zurich 800m, where Poland’s World Champs silver medalist, Adam Kszczot, got the win.
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