Quote Of The Day
“I did my first marathon, I hated it. ‘This is my first and last marathon I never wanna do ever again.’ Then I went back to my roots where I was born in Eritrea, saw how people were surviving, going to the wilderness to collect wood. They go to the wild to get water. You know what, running a marathon, that complaint that I had in the last 40 minutes was not that bad. So I came back, and tried to convince coach [Bob] Larsen to put me in the Boston Marathon. “
– Meb Keflezighi talking about what convinced him to run a second marathon after he hated it so much in his debut. (Coach Bob Larsen ended up putting him in Chicago to make sure Meb got the “A” standard.)
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