Mo Preparing One Final Run

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Apparently the greatest short sprinter of all-time is preparing for one final year of competition.

https://www.kansas.com/sports/other/story/206900.html

Anyone think he still has any rocket fuel left in the tank? He’s 33 now and has been plagued with injury over the past 5 years. He’s show flashes of briliance every now and then but not enough to make it through the rigorous Olympic Trials format and the rounds of the Olympics.

Carl Lewis had a similar end to his sprinting career. He was plaqued with inconsistency and injuries at the end but had it not been for the heat in Atlanta I do think he could have made the 96 sprint team. Does Mo have a shot?

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