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Think he has a bright future ahead of him once he cracks the IM distance.
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I would have thought he would have waited a bit to go long as he is quite young, but should no doubt be an interesting race tomorrow. Don't think we will see the W for him with such a deep and experienced field, however could definitely see him be in the mix for a top 10 for sure.
I just found this that you wrote and the follow-up on his conviction... Nutty. Also his fans in the comments of the conviction article were also off their rockers.
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Iâ€™m excited to see how Mendez does. Heâ€™s had a number of solid 70.3â€™s in addition to his Xterra success. Just 23 years old, if he doesnâ€™t burn out or wear out he could have a really great career in front of him. TRS podcast (rip) interviewed him in episode 104 about a year and a half ago