PRJ Podcast: For Georgia’s Torrin Lawrence, Peaking at Nationals Is the Plan
February 18, 2010 by Jay Hicks
2010 Indoor Season’s Best
- 200 meters: 20.80, Virginia Tech Elite, 2/5/10
- 300 meters: 32.32, Hokie Invitational, Collegiate Record, 1/23/10
- 400 meters: 45.03, Tyson Invite, World Leader, 2/11/10
If you aren’t familiar with him, you had better ask somebody about the pure-talent 200 / 400m runner.
For all accounts, Georgia’s Torrin Lawrence is having an historic season, running at pace that can’t be ignored. Earlier this season, the sophomore rattled off a new indoor 300m collegiate record and currently lays claim to the fastest 400 meter time in the world.
But he is not satisfied. Lawrence is focused and determined to deliver his best 400m performance to win his first NCAA title at the 2010 NCAA Indoor Championships at the Randal Tyson Track Center in Fayetteville, Arkansas and bringing up the Bulldogs program in the process.
In this exclusive interview, Lawrence discusses gunning for an NCAA Champion and how good this Georgia Bulldog squad can be this season.
Special thanks to the University of Georgia. Song Bye Bye Bye courtesy of echoed.
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