Quote Of The Day
“I think it’s better than both of those [Olympic golds], absolutely. Even in Beijing … I actually liked my world-record moments more than I liked my gold medal moments. Even though they are all important to me. The Eugene one is so special. I’m an Oregon kid, and I’ve been going to that track since I was in high school. To me it’s the story of, you just don’t know potential. You don’t know what can happen in 10 short years. Back in 2005, at the Oregon state (high school) meet, how would anybody know some kid from Bend would be the world-record holder in the decathlon? It’s just crazy.”
– Ashton Eaton talking about how his decathlon world record in Eugene at the 2012 Olympic Trials was more special to him than his two Olympic gold medals.
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