“I do want to move up in distance and the ultimate plan for me is to be versatile and have the strength to run the 5K,” she said. “And I think the 5K is going to help my 800 time go down, and as well as the 1500.”
That article got me thinking. In college, Wheating was an animal who ran 3:30, but he also trained for xc in the fall. Anyone think his focus on just track post-collegiately has been his downfall?
Or is it simple injuries?