Quote Of The Day
“This time, I’m going to have a more balanced emphasis on my training. When I attempted [the 1,500/5,000 double] in Glasgow , I really hadn’t done the 5k training, I just tried to rely on my natural strength and use my 1,500m fitness, and I was hoping it would be a slow race so I could use my speed at the end. This time, I’m going to have a lot more endurance behind me and hopefully haven’t lost too much speed. It’s an exciting endeavour we’re embarking on to give the 5k a real serious crack, and hopefully my 1,500 will only benefit from that as well. It’s a bit of a headache but after [the training sessions], you feel on top of the world, you go ‘wow, I can take on anything after getting through that.'”
– Nick Willis talking about trying to become just the third person ever to double medal in the 1,500/5,000 at the Commonwealth Games.
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