Quote Of The Day
“My point was: we are doing a 3:32 in London. Anything shorter than that, you’re getting a repeat of Centrowitz winning with a pace slower than the physically challenged [in the] Paralympics. We don’t want to do that. So we agreed: it’s 3:32.”
– Bernard Ouma, coach of world gold and silver 1500m medalists Elijah Manangoi and Timothy Cheruiyot, talking about their plans ahead of the 2017 World Championships. Their plan worked out perfectly as Manangoi and Cheruiyot went 1-2 in 3:33.61 and 3:33.99.
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