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When you set a time and you hit that time, you are kind of satisfied. I never want to have that type of feeling.
As a professional, you have a routine.
A lot of athletes take legal creatine or protein powders or just different pills and supplements to be able to recover faster. And I don’t take anything, I work hard and that’s just what it is, I don’t take anything.
My message to fans… I’m running clean.
I want to be looked at as one of the greatest sprinters of all-time.
At one time I was one of those guys looking at the guys on the top saying ‘I want to be like that.’
I have that mindset going into anything I do, there’s always room to improve, you can always do better.
Winning the Diamond League with a personal record, it’s like icing on the cake.
I’ve always been a little kid compared to the guys I’ve competed against in terms of body development. I’ve always looked a lot younger, so naturally my body got a bit bigger and stronger. I combined that with a good work ethic, good mindset and focus.
It’s just like I’m an athlete, I’m a human being. I have personal issues going on.
You got to attack every workout.
This is something nobody can take away from me. I’m a world champion. That’s a crazy feeling.
When I look back at my career, I want to say I accomplished certain things and ran certain times.
I don’t know anybody that is like super close friends but also competing for the same medal. That would be kinda odd.
I’m just a regular guy, I just happen to be really talented, and I have a gift from God that I’ve worked really hard at.
I think people have a misconception of athletes when they think about what goes through their heads, you know what I’m saying?
I just keep doing me and representing the sport the right way.
You got to attack every practice.
Anybody I have spoken to who has held a record says ‘Records are meant to be broken.’ They get excited when somebody has an opportunity to break one of their records and take the sport even further.
In track and field, a lot of people don’t make a lot of money, so if you’re a lower name you might just get run over by USADA because they’re just looking to get people out of the sport.
I’ve just got to continue doing my job and more and more people will see the beauty in the sport that I see.
Obviously my strong suit is the 100 so that is what my main focus is on.
I don’t have any close friends that are my competitors. I think that’s just the nature of being a sprinter.
I have a lot to prove. Not only to other people, but to myself, that I’m the best in the world.
It means a lot to notch my name in the sport and have my name among some of the greats.
I don’t want to be Usain Bolt.
You shoot as high as you can but if you don’t end up there you can still end up accomplishing something great.
Coming from the south side of Atlanta, Georgia, everyone has a chip on their shoulder. That’s how competitive it is. It makes athletes great who come from there.
For me, I just love running in the big moments. That’s always been the way. That is what you work so hard for. You don’t work hard to run fast in practice or to run fast at small meets.
There are so many guys that they are talking about that may be the ‘next one’ or may be the next Bolt. That whole conversation is exciting to me and really humbling.
I’ve been blessed with a lot of talent, and if I just continue to work hard, then I think my name will be up there with some of the best.
A lot of people, when they are expected to do great things they fold, but you have got to find a way to navigate it.
In perfect conditions, with a championship mindset and ready to peak, anything is possible.
I won’t say I’m the new Usain Bolt, I’m the new Christian Coleman.
My whole life I have just ran track and I have just continued and taken it to the next level.