mannix tyrannicus

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A quote from the latest article by Bob Woodiwiss, appearing in CityBeat. He writes well and this is definitely a fun read. All about running.

“In all my years of running, I’ve only suffered two serious injuries. The first was a Gorton’s neuroma, a painful condition of the foot caused by replacing one’s worn insoles with breaded filets of frozen fish. The second was something called mannix tyrannicus, which is the fancy-shmancy sports psychology term for the three months I was convinced I was being chased by Mike Conners.”

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