Quote Of The Day
“I think it’s almost never the right choice. … The whole problem with that is people think the whole going pro thing is just based on times. And it’s not. Because you can have an athlete who hits a time and they’ll never get back there. If you go pro based on that one time or that one day or that one 2.0 wind, and it doesn’t happen again. So now what? You have mortgaged that child’s future based on that one race.”
– Ato Boldon talking about high school athletes going pro.
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