DeAnna Price is the #3 thrower in history but Brook Andersen last weekend moved up to #4 all-time and is just 16 inches beind with Gwen Berry (#7 all-time) another 16 inches behind Andersen.
“You can’t control anything but your effort and your attitude."
Before that she won an NCAA title for Iowa State.
In her 20s, she was unable to break 3. 40 years later, she set a "world record fueled by regret" as she ran 2:52 at age 62.
And she doesn't even have super shoes. But she did pick up an endorsement deal with Toyota.
She ran 10.75 two years ago at NCAAs and is primed to be a huge star in Tokyo. And she's just as focused on the 200 as the 100. "I love them both equally.” Then she reconsiders, “I might love the 100 more, but I definitely love the 200."