The problem with Hill, regardless of his sponsor, is his event -- the 5,000 -- (which isn't even his best event) is getting faster and faster and he isn't. Kincaid and Lomong (who's six years older than Hill) have both recently gone under 13:00 but Hill is still stuck on 13:05 which he ran five years ago. He hasn't run faster than 13:15 since. It might be a good thing for him to move on as Schumacher's training to seems to lead to injury cycles for him.
kinda like the Oakland As did with Justice? I guess for an equivalent scenario, Nike would have to pay part of his salary. Fascinating stuff this, listening to the money talk.
Come on, come on "
Classy Classy guy!! Wish him the best. Very likable guy very personable. If he stays healthy he should be in the mix. His kick makes him a good bet if he is there with 400 to go