Quote Of The Day
“I’ve had bigger fears until now (as an amateur). I was called the ‘Civil Service Runner’ and if I failed, complaint phone calls would ring, for example. There were things that were tougher than being a pro. Being a government worker, the phone number and address (for your workplace) are all open. That means you could directly get letters, you could directly get phone calls …”
– Yuki Kawauchi, who quit his job and became a full-time runner on Monday, explaining in the Japan Times why he thinks he’ll have less pressure as a full-time pro.
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