The former Oregon star ran 4:13 in the "B" Mile after going out in 57 seconds.
Win has relocated to Brooklyn this year, been a dog walker, and trained much less intensely (running 40 miles a week). He wasn't sure if he was done with super competitive running, but now he feels motivated and is ready to gear up again next year and take a shot at the 2019 Worlds and 2020 Olympics. He said his "professional red shirt year" is almost officially over.
he can't do both?? lol.