Sideline Chatter: He was disappointed to learn it didn't make him younger

Has 2020 left you feeling like you’re stuck in reverse? For Aaron Yoder, that’s a good thing.The 35-year-old track and cross-country coach at Kansas’ Bethany College broke his own world record in the backward mile — also known as “retrorunning” — clocking in at exactly 5 1/2 minutes. He’s reduced the mark from 5:54 in 2015 to 5:51 in 2019, and has no, ahem, backup plans to stop now.As Yoder told Runner’s World magazine, “If the griddle is hot, I need to keep on cooking.”———Headlines— At Fark.com: “With Joe Burrow out for the season and no other viable quarterbacks available, if Colin Kaepernic…

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