Winning is not about headlines and hardware [medals].
It's only about attitude.
A winner is a person who goes out today and every day
and attempts to be the best runner and best person he can be.
Winning is about struggle and effort and optimism,
and never, ever, ever giving up.
By: Amby Burfoot, Editor-at-Large, Runner's World
|42K runners on the way to the finish line during the 35th Milo Marathon (July 2011)|