He's an early developer like so many other top British 800m boys.
His dad shouldn't be talking with such arrogance about a kid running 1:49.
When he's in the senior ranks we will see if he gets past 1:45/1:46.
It's a different ball game to take a talented junior to win international medals at a senior level, dealing with all the variables and the rounds Vs getting a talented junior to run some quick times as an under 17.
Ok what you gotta say now?