Quote Of The Day
“Elijah has been the one who has guided my whole career, teaching me the lessons I need to know to succeed. … Everything was so disciplined. I soon learned there is a thing called pain in training, but the big thing Elijah always taught me was to never complain about it. Another thing: there are no shortcuts, and no way will you ever succeed through shortcuts. … For many years, Elijah had told me that if I trained with him, I would become a champion. He was right. But I know, too, that I have a long way to go to reach his level. … But my goal this year is to close the gap, to put myself in a position to join him on the Olympic team for Tokyo 2020. That’s the dream. Right now my brother is the lion and I’m just the young lion. But I’m coming up. I can’t be the young lion forever.”
– World U20 1500m champ George Manangoi talking about the guidance he’s received from his older brother, world 1500m champ Elijah Manangoi.
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