Nic Bideau is a man caught in the middle.
Not that he's complaining; quite the opposite in fact, given he coaches the country's two best 1500m runners, who will go head to head for a place on the team for the London Olympics.
In the race of the Olympic trials, Bideau's pair - Ryan Gregson
and Jeff Riseley
- will take on the Beijing Olympics gold medallist, Kenyan Asbel Kiprop
, and silver medallist, New Zealand's Nick Willis
The beauty for Bideau is that either man could win.
Read the full story at the Herald Sun
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