A.j. Ellison Quotes

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A.j. Ellison


“Cross country was something that started off as a punishment from my father for low grades. I guess he didn't realize it would take off so well. It gave me something to do with my free time and it taught me to be accountable.”

A.j. Ellison


“I couldn't wait for Friday and Saturday to come around. When you're in good shape, you want to race all the time, because when you peak, it's only for a couple weeks.”

A.j. Ellison


“A lot of these long distance runners start out at junior high. They have just as good times but they're also running 80 miles a week. So you see a lot of potential in someone who is running 20 miles a week. You see a lot of growing potential.”

A.j. Ellison


“It's just like with any other sport, if you want to get to that next level, you have to sacrifice a lot. You almost have to be selfish.”

A.j. Ellison


“He won the two mile that year. That year he was the runner to beat in the state of Kansas. We were the only two that separated from the pack.”

A.j. Ellison