Slow and steady comes in dead-last

Slow and steady came in a disappointing dead-last today in race near Chicago.“I feel like I got some bad advice,” said the last place finisher. “I was told slow and steady would win the race. But that couldn’t have been farther from the truth. In fact, I came in about as far behind as you possibly could.”With the race distance only 200 meters, he now feels fast was the way to go.“Slow and steady makes absolutely no sense, now that I think about it,” he said. “It's insane really. I mean, this is a race, after all. It’s all about speed. Slowness shouldn’t even be in the equation. I think I need a new coach.”