6-Time Olympic Gold Medalist Allyson Felix answers the internet’s burning questions about track and sprinting. Do sprinters and distance runners really dislike each other? Is the 400 meter really that painful? What’s a good 40-yard-dash time? Why do sprinters start with their left foot? Allyson answers all these questions and much more!
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Olympic Runner Allyson Felix Answers Track Questions From Twitter | Tech Support | WIRED