Total farce wrote:
Obviously the man can’t produce a threatening time (sub 2:04) that will challenge the top runners in the world, not to mention him being two levels below Kipchoge. All his track career is nothing but taking an opportunity that the big guns had moved to the road. He never produced challenging times on the track. Now that he is forced to run fast, he can’t handle it. He can go to Boston next year. If he coulda he woulda
Go to the front and slow people down to use his sudden kick that developed around 2011 (at age 28).
All the races I saw, he went to the back, played cat and mouse with them at the front, and then was able to unleash a fierce kick because no-one was good enough to remove the sting. Oh, and let's not forget the 2017 WC win, where he fell and still won at sub-27 at a canter.
Please guys: shouldn't have; couldn't have; wouldn't have.