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Topic - Bernard Lagat
Mo Farah didn't want to leave anybody in doubt.
Bernard Lagat will be 38 in December and shows no signs of slowing down. His legs remain young and fresh enough to keep up with the best in the U.S. and the elite in the world.
Oregon coach Chip Kelly announced Monday that he's remaining with the Ducks, though he says he was flattered by the interest shown in him by the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who are searching for a coach after firing Raheem Morris.
In one whirlwind week, Usain Bolt turned the biggest disappointment of his career into another golden show capped with a world record even he didn't think was within him.
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"The crowd helped him. He ran 100 percent and they added another 10," said American runner Bernard Lagat, who finished fourth. "Everybody knew he was the favorite. I knew it. All 15 runners knew it. We were going to run against the favorite guy, he was the greatest of all."
That's all I want to be remembered for," said Lagat, who trains in Tucson, Ariz. "That I made a change in someone's life.