A Duck wrote:
There are errors in the article...
None the less the competition between the two groups can only be good for USA running.
--I wouldn't want to be on Salazar's bad side.
As others have noted, Schumacher is the "reclusive" coach who hides from camera's, media, and interviews.
Also, as I predicted, Alberto would apologize, as noted in the article.
Anyway, all of this ish will play out over time and be another story we look back on faintly as we focus on the stories of the day and the over all quality of USA mid and distance running.
My favorite runner, Lomong, stunk up the joint today. I don't know who has worse tactics, Lomong or Rupp.
Maybe Will Leer is going to step up and be the next tactically sound USA runner ala Lagat or Centro.
PS, nice gold by Whiting today!
Use Mozilla as a browser and it will point out spelling errors, although it would not have caught most of these.