UC athlete hopes to throw way onto Olympic team

UC athlete hopes to throw way onto Olympic team


GEORGE IT’S MORE THAN THROWING : THAT MAKES AN OLYMPIAN IN THE DISCUS. IT’S MONTHS OF STRENGTH AND SPEED TRAINING, AN INTENSE PROGRAM THAT STARTED FOR UC’S MACKLIN TUDOR LAST AUGUST.>>IF YOU CAN IMAGINE LIFTING FOR 42 WEEKS AND TRYING TO KEEP MAXIMUM STRENGTH, MAXIMUN SPEED FOR 42 WEEKS, IT’S REALLY HARD TO DO, IT’S REALLY TOUGH ON YOUR BODY, YOU KNOW. YOUR KNEES AND HIPS TAKE A TOLL, BUT IT’S ALL WORTH IT IN THE END. GEORGE TUDOR HAS ALREADY : EXPERIENCED IMMENSE SUCCESS AT THE HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL. AT WESTERN BROWN TUDOR WAS A , STATE DISCUS CHAMP AND STILL HOLDS THE OHIO RECORD AT UC,, HE — I UC HE HOLDS DISCUS AND SHOT , PUT RECORDS BUT THE OLYMPIC TRIALS IS A WHOLE DIFFERENT DEAL,>>IT’S A CRAZY TRACK MEET BECAUSE ITS THE TOUGHEST OLYMPIC TEAM TO MAKE IN THE WHOLE ENTIRE WORLD. SO IT’S A VERY INTENSE PRESSURE , SITUATION. GEORGE IT’S A SITUATION MACKLIN : EMBRACES,, AND SEES IT FOR WHAT IT IS — A CHANCE FOR AN OLYMPIC SIZED ACCOMPLISHMENT.>>IT’S NICE TO SEE A LOT OF MY HARD WORK COME TO FRUITION, AND JUST KIND OF SHOW ITSELF TO TH PUBLIC. IT’S REALLY REWARDING. GEORGE MACKLIN WILL BEGIN : COMPETING THURSDAY OUT IN

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