Quote Of The Day
“I was forcing myself to try to run fast just so I could get back to you all, and I would hurt myself more. So that’s why it’s taken me so long to get here. Because once I feel good, mentally, I think ‘Tray, you can run 9.8 now,’ and then I get another injury. … You can’t just take a brand new car off the lot and rev the engine. So you’ve gotta take it through its phases. We’re going to see where my body is at and we’re gonna keep progressing…I’ve seen what happens when I try to get out and just try to go.”
– Former world 100m bronze medalist and 9.84 man Trayvon Bromell speaking ahead of his comeback race at today’s New Balance Indoor Grand Prix in Boston about not making the same mistakes of running through injury or trying to push it too fast too soon.
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