When Strategy Trumps Speed - Matthew Centrowitz - Washington Post
Olympic races are always blazing, and the fastest runners always win, right? No and no. In all but the short sprints, Olympic track races can be as tactical as chess matches until a wild final burst. Matt Centrowitz Jr., a rising star in the 1,500, explains the strategic aspect of speed. Read the article or see more in this series.
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