Did she eat anything?
Allie McLaughlin on crutches watched the meet.
The results that say in his 15 years as the head coach colorado he has won 3 men's national titles and 2 women's. I didn't know winning 3 national titles for the men and 2 for the women in a span of 6 years was "almost good enough, but not quite"
hall monitor lizard wrote:
exactly what results are you talking about...consistently being almost good enough but not quite?? How many runners per year on his squad have stress fractures? But he'll never change his methods
Running @ Colorado is like joining the Army in that it's something that most parents want their children doing after High School.
That may be the most over the top thing I've ever read on letsrun. (And thats saying something).
stutter milk pancakes wrote:
Running at colorado is like joining the army, if you were joining during WW2 to become a paratrooper; honorable, badass and the best. So do us all a favor don't bash people with just hearsay evidence. You want to start a crusade against someone, give real facts, not just generalized comments like "How many runners per year on his squad have stress fractures?"