Quote Of The Day
“My whole career has been learning how to say: ‘OK, I just missed out on what I wanted so badly. What opportunities do I still have?’ In the pandemic, it was the same. I had to think: ‘I know what I can’t do. But what is still on the table?’ It wound up leading to some of the best training in my life. … We can be an instant-gratification culture, but I’ve had to cultivate a long-term approach to my career. I figured as long as I could keep working on my craft, chipping away, finding joy in the mundane, then that had to be enough.”
– Sara Hall talking about bouncing back from disappointment at the Olympic Marathon Trials and throughout her career to run 2:20:32 to become the second-fastest US woman of all time.
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