Talks about his upbringing, the pressure of being Lopez Lomong's brother and how coach Michael Smith really helped changed his expectations. Plus also how Peter is more a long distance runner (maybe because he was herding cows at a 7 year old)
"“I escaped death, because that’s something that was commonly happening all the time. We have a Civil War. You are in a Civil War. You witness kids getting their throat cut off just because they don't want them to scream. So I think for me, I escaped death, I would say -- that's my story."
“I feel like I am one of those people that sets expectations for himself. If it wasn't for Smith, I would have finished 30th or 40th. But he made me believe in myself in a way that I could finish top 10 or I could win. He just gave me so much power, in a way to look more to myself, to ignore the critics -- none of that is real.”