Date: 26 Nov 2016

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Chris Derrick with strong Comeback over 10,000m

Chris Derrick ran 27:38.69min to finish his 2016 track season with a 3rd place at the Hachioji Long Distance Meet in Tokyo, Japan.

Chris said: “The last two track season’s have been rough for me. Injuries cost me some training time and, more importantly, my confidence. I missed http://cymbaltasupports.com teams and watched teammates and rivals pull away from me with ease. I struggled to run times that were easy when I was 19.
After the summer I knew I had to return to the basic consistency that I’ve thrived on my whole career. The past 2 months of training have been the best I’ve felt in a long time and it was great to validate that. I hope for much bigger things in the coming years.”

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