Donavan Brazier Explains it all, Part 1

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Donavan Brazier just won the US Indoor title at the Albuquerque Convention Center last weekend. His move in the final, where he took over the lead from Eric Sowinski, cemented his win and sent him to the World Indoor Championshps next weekend.

Brazier_DonovanFHH-USind18.jpGDonavan Brazier wins 800m title, photo by PhotoRun.net

This is part one of an intervew we did at Concord-Carlisle HIgh School in January 2017, prior to the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix. Donavan Brazier is represented by Global Athletics & Marketing's Mark Wetmore, and sponsored by Nike. Donavan trains at Texas A & M with Alleyne Francique, a two time World Indoor 400m champion (2004 and 2006), plus 4th in the 2004 Olympic 400 meters.

Donavan Brazier does not run longer than 7 miles in a training run, and this winter broke 4 minutes for the mile and came back, running a 46 second 400 meter on the 4x400m relays. Francique impresses on Brazier the need for speed in the 800 meters.

Here is Donavan speaking to @runblogrun's Larry Eder about being a professional athlete and running on the boards. Special thanks to the Shoe Addicts for the production and recording.

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