Cassidy very early on understood that a true runner ran even when he didn’t feel like it, and raced when he was supposed to, without excuses and with nothing held back. He ran to win, would die in the process if necessary, and was unimpressed by those who disavowed such a base motivation.
— Once a Runner
- A true runner ran even when he/she did not feel like it.
- He/she raced when they were supposed to, without excuses and nothing held back.
- They ran to win.