>I think we have to support good ol David K. It's
>clear that his moving to Tucson to train with
>Patrick Nduwimana and others (I believe Seneca
>Lassiter, Legat, and Abdiraham are also out
>there)was a great move. Luiz really seems to be
>working out for him. After what he proved last
>summer on the circuit and this past indoor
>championships, it's hard to ignore him. Only one
>problem. He isn't a very flashy in your face,
>strong presence type of guy. Kind of a bland
>treat for track fans. If he could try to make
>himself a little more marketable with Adidas and
>USA T&F he could become a real star in the
Sprintman, I actually agree with you. Luiz was a great move. But, I think his reserveness is actually kind of nice. Maybe it makes him less marketable, but it certainly makes him appear more genuine. Not everybody has to "talk it up".
I'm also looking forward to the 400 meters in years to come. No predictions, but it will be interesting to see. Wash looks good and so does Harrison. I think that Wariner has got the goods, and Potter does as well. We will see. There is a lot of sprint talent.