I will remember for the rest of my life.” he said after Sunday's world-record-breaking run.“I once had a dream ... all the effort, all the hard work, the blood, the sweat and the tears. Where do I go from here? Who knows? For now it’s a time to just
a note of what you eat. Research at the University of Pennsylvania in the US has shown that people who keep a written record of what they eat have healthier diets than those who don’t bother to keep track of their efforts.
a chord in our collective consciousness more than others. Some gold medals have an extra lustre, because sometimes we recognise a little more than usual about what went into earning them. Ultimately, identifying with champions and the efforts
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