medals aren't enough wrote:
Mo did not break 12:50 or 7:30. Kejelcha has already done both. He's now second all time in the indoor mile and also has a faster half marathon PR than Mo. He is obviously the better runner. He has the potential to contend for world records, something Mo could never do (indoor 2 mile being the one exception obviously), and will definitely add to his medal count as his career progresses. Only one of these guys will belong in conversations with all-time greats like Bekele, Geb, and Kipchoge, and it's not Mo. Stop pretending that medals are everything.
Actually, winning is everything. And there Farah still comes out on top.
So Mo is better than Daniel Komen then?