Morgan McDonald's Lessons Learned From An Injury-Ridden 2023 And Returning To The World Stage

"All I want is to be healthy and train consistently. That’s literally it. I try to keep things as simple as possible."

"I have a lot of confidence in myself that if I’m there on the start line and I’m prepared, I’m going in and do my thing and do really well…Last year unfortunately was another year where I wasn’t able to do that. I do try and take stuff from those tough times. There’s a lot to be gained when times are tough.”

In this episode, Mac Fleet and Morgan McDonald chat about how he navigated his comeback from injury in 2023 to be able to compete at the World Championships in Budapest and Riga. He’s played it a bit cautious with his approach to the indoor season but he’s ready to open up the 2024 outdoor campaign with the Australian National Championships. We also get his thoughts on changes he’d like to see in the sport, the success of OAC and much more.

You can listen to the full interview with Morgan McDonald on the CITIUS MAG Podcast – available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your shows.

Mac Fleet

Mac, who possesses one of the best runner names of his generation, lived up to the billing as a two-time NCAA 1500m champion and eight-time All-American as an Oregon Duck.

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