Runner Man: Confessions of a Miler
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by: Brad Hillbiog
This was the first time anybody had come to watch me run. It was unnerving. How was I supposed to run when "my girl friend" was watching? I thought of Louis in the locker room and just knew that this was not a good thing for me. I ran my heart out. I was only ten yards behind Louis at the end of lap one. Only twenty at the end of lap two. I glanced behind. Yes, indeed, there were some runners behind me!!! Forty yards behind him at the end of lap three. I hated lap three. I would be fine except for that lap. It always tore my heart out. But that was when Louis began to sprint.
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