Quote Of The Day
Chris Derrick: “At that point, from everything I’ve seen, viewing the sport and watching [Eliud] Kipchoge run and just talking to everyone around him, I’ve basically come to believe that he was capable of anything. Nothing he could do, it might surprise me, but it couldn’t shock me. He just has a certain aura about him, a certain confidence that he can do things that shouldn’t be able to be done.”
Andrew Bumbalough: “It’s this crazy mix of calm and belief. It’s not arrogant. It’s not cocky … It’s kind of the most extreme version of self-belief paired with just this absolute calm and composure. It’s pretty wild. There haven’t been that many athletes that I’ve felt that around … Basically, it made me want to package up a little bit of it and try to emulate it as best I can.”
– Chris Derrick and Andrew Bumbalough sharing their admiration and respect for Eliud Kipchoge after acting as pacers for his sub-2 hour marathon attempt last Saturday.
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