College Coaches, Print This Out And Take It To Practice
“There is no friction. You know, in athletics we have self-discipline. And if you complain, then you are not self-disciplined … When you complain, [that’s wrong as] you are an athlete and he’s a coach. It’s like when you are a student and a teacher. You can’t complain to a teacher [and say] that today you are taking his subject. Then why are you still a student? Then you should be a teacher.”
– Eliud Kipchoge, the world’s greatest marathoner, talking about his relationship with his coach Patrick Sang.
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