“Advice From a Former Olympic Hopeful: Set the Bar Low” By NNENNA LYNCH ’89

atching the Olympics, especially the track and field events, has long been  somewhat fraught for me. Sixteen years ago this summer, I retired from my  career as a professional runner and abandoned my dreams of becoming an  Olympian. I had been a top-ranked American runner, represented the United  States in international competition and was a World University Games gold  medalist. To read rest of the article CLICK HERE