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Sub-4 minute Q&A: Ryan Gregson

October 06, 2015

Oslo. The Dream Mile is the most prestigious race outside of the major champs to win.

From Runner's Tribe

1. Reflection on 2015; the positives and the negatives?

Positive: I made it to the end of the season healthy. Negative: I didn't make the World Champs final.

2. What lessons did you learn?

I learnt that I'm not far away from being where I want to be.

3. The NYRR 5th Avenue Mile, the lead up, the race and your thoughts on the result.

I ran well. I only came 5th, but I had an 8 hour flight the day before the race, and I came second in the Brussels Diamond League 1500m the night before that, so I did OK considering the circumstances.

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