Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Quote of the day

That's right, no longwinded mumbo-jumbo to sift through this evening, just a hilarious e-mail excerpt from a track dork listserv I happen to be a part of. Digest it well.


Yes my Gordon kids could learn from that. My 4:40 miler ran the first 100 in 14 and 200 in 29 and predictably spent the rest of the race dying. This despite that fact I have been telling him for 6 months now to not go out too fast. He has a 3.8 GPA in biology, once again proving my point that there is often no correlation between intelligence and being a smart runner.

1 comment:

corrado giambalvo said...

Mario... good reading on the eve of a half-marathon! Thanks ... re Foxboro: you wrote "Last year I finished 5th in 53:17"
This year you finished 7th in 53:36 - after serious injury that is... ditto on the Nice Job.