Posted by grahak777 grahak777 on Thursday, April 25, 2013
When a pioneer does something, it always makes it
easier for others to follow. They motivate the rest of us. After Roger Bannister broke the four-minute mile
in 1954, the record was rapidly improved by other runners. Previously, like the
sound barrier it was considered impossible to break. Once one person went under
the four minutes the running community knew it could be done. It will be the
same for the sub-two hour marathon when it happens. Watching someone set a
benchmark inspires the world. I think that is why I received so much motivation watching the first Australian compete and finish the 3100 mile race. If another multi-day novice could have a crack at the
world’s longest footrace, why not me?
I am ultra runner from Australia. I am into motivational exploits involving any sort of physical feat that is inspirational and positive. On the side I work as a motivational speaker, business speaker and trainer, keynote speaker and youth speaker.