Q : Moscow 2013 scandals were a big deal in T&F which included some athletes from your country. Do you think peop
le are losing faith in the sport and is it discouraging competing against athletes that you aren't certain are clean ?


A: I can't comment for people losing faith in integrity of the sport, but i know I still love it regardless of what rotten apples we have in it. I don't think that drugs will really help athletes in my event because it is a very technical one. Too much strength, power, and aggressiveness and you are crashing hurdles. I feel like I should be able to beat any dirty competitor at my prime. I don't doubt there are dirty athletes that haven't been caught but, I don't think there are as many as people make it out to be. The testers hunt people for a living so they are pretty damn good at finding things, especially as technology and understanding of the human body gets better.

Q :  What do you enjoy doing when you're not on the track ?


A: Reading, video games, sleep, planning world domination(jk jk),


Q:  What advice do you have for young athletes about taking supplements, the pros and cons of it  ?


A: Athletes who use supplements should read the labels and check to see if the company has third party tests done. Supplements are also useless without a proper diet, so eat right and you’ll get the most out of them. You should also get an expert to help you understand how supplements interact with each other, because frankly some people just take too many of them and they negate the effects of other supplements.


4) What's your relationship status and what do you look for in a companion/girlfriend ?


A: I am taken and yes I am interested in females strictly. Motherly(nurturing, supportive, good with kids, can cook a mean stew), productive and ambitious, straight forward, intelligent and thirsty for knowledge and action.

Q: What can we expect from you in the upcoming track season ? any main goals you aim to achieve ?


A: You can expect some very entertaining races between me and my Rivals in the NCAA and in the world competition. You can also expect see me at the Commonwealth games in Glasgow, Scotland, and you can expect a great show. My goal is to medal this year in Commonwealth Games and break the 13 second threshold with legal wind.

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