Quote Of The Day
“Which is more exciting, politics or running marathons? That’s easy: marathons. In politics sometimes the result is out of your control, no matter how hard you work, but in running you have to do everything for yourself, do what you love and finish how you want to finish. … I’m out of the habit of winning a while so getting a win will give me a boost as I get back to running full-time … My hope will be to enjoy the race and to be able to get back that competitive edge. On Sunday my goal is to get back loving the distance but I also hope to run fast. Being away from winning for so long, I’m very hungry to win again. I love winning – more than anything else.”
– Former Boston Marathon champ and 2016 Olympian Wesley Korir talking about stepping away from politics and focusing on just running again leading up to Sunday’s Beirut Marathon.
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