“I always just ran because I enjoyed it – I barely ever won anything. I find now I am a little bit better at it but winning, being successful, is a bonus. Even if I was still the same level as I was I would still be running. Obviously you would love to be really successful but, at the same time, I am still going to be happy, still going to run. When I retire from competitive running, I will still run. You want to be competitive and win but I’m not going to get bogged down by it. I love what I do.”
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