Thursday, June 18, 2009

Solinsky Subject of Runner’s World Brief Chat

Chris Solinsky was interviewed by Peter Gambaccini of for the magazine’s Brief Chat series. Therein, Chris discusses last summer’s disappointing 5th-place finish at the Trials, as well as his outstanding opener this year at Mt. Sac and the benefits of relocating to Portland:

We just have the ability to do a little more concentrated efforts versus Madison, where we adapted to the weather. Obviously, that limited a lot of things that we could do. I think it was 11 or 12 straight weeks that I did a tempo run on a treadmill last winter. It limits what kind of fitness you can get into. In Portland, if it’s 30 and raining, that’s probably the coldest we have. [...] I’ll take rain any day over zero temperatures.

You and me both, Chris.  Read the full Brief Chat here.

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One Response to “Solinsky Subject of Runner’s World Brief Chat”

  1. Mike says:

    WOOT WOOT 3 more guys in Way to go Kimbia athletes

    What a team for Berlin!!