It's Never Too Late To Chase The Dream
“I left because I felt something was missing … I felt that running was something that I couldn’t leave behind. So I need to go all out first, pursue what I think is missing. Then I can focus on my career. … I’m just doing what I think is good for me. I’ll feel at peace with myself if I know that I’ve given my best …”
– 34-year-old Singapore steeplechaser Muhammad Shah Feroz talking about why he quit his job as a PE teacher to chase his running dreams. Shah Feroz has already taken 17-seconds off his PB to run 9:42 and wants to break the 9:11 national record.
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