England's Andy Baddeley ran a tactically poor race to finish 6th at Commonwealths in the 1,500. Apparently, he was way too far back when the sprint for home started.
Instead of making excuses, the guy did what athletes rarely do - tell the truth. Check out this great quote from Baddeley:
"I ran that race like an idiot and there's no excuses for that. I didn't know how I did it.
"I'm such an idiot. I can't believe I ran it so slow for such a long time because it was a slow race and it was over at the last 200m."
I think that is the quote of the month. Either that or Keith Hanson telling people to stop complaining about the weather in Chicago which can be found here:
It's great to see people still calling a spade a spade.