In Contrast To Yesterday's QOD
“Of course, the 1,500m world record is difficult, but it can be broken. However, the only athlete I currently see capable of breaking it is Asbel Kiprop. He has everything you need. He’s tall, he’s got a long stride, he has strength, he’s strong mentally; perhaps he needs to work a little on his technique but he’s the only one I see who has the characteristics. In fact, I think he could go under 3:25. It won’t be easy but he can do it.”
– Hicham El Guerrouj talking about Asbel Kiprop‘s chances of breaking his 3:26.00 1,500m world record (originally quoted here).
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