Wariner Back with Coach Hart! by Alfons Juck, Note by Larry Eder



On Saturday, May 16, Jeremy Wariner executed one of his best races in a long time. Hitting 200 meters well, but churning the next three meters was the differenence, as Wariner came off in the lead and ran a 44.66. Good for Wariner fans, but his comments that he is working with his former coach, Clyde Hart, shows Jeremy is, as he said during the TV interview, " I am going back to where I was."

Clyde Hart, is a coaching genius, period. Speak to him, he will smile, low ball it, but the man knows the 400 meters. He gives credit to Jim Bush, Bud Winter, two of the other greats, but as with all of the top coaches, it is art and science. The good news is that Jeremy Wariner is happy, and he went back to working with Coach Hart with a high level of professionalism.


CARSON (USA): Double world champion and 2004 olympic winner at 400 m Jeremy Wariner went back to his long time coach Clyde Hart. He confirmed that in his quote after the adidas Track Classic race: “I executed better than I should have. Right now I‘m just focusing on every part of the race. I recently got back with my old coach (Clyde Hart). Coach Ford is a wonderful coach. Experience made the difference. I went back with Coach Hart.” He started to work with coach Michael Ford in the beginning of 2008.

Special thanks to Alfons Juck, EME News.

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