Brass. When I think of Anthony Famiglietti, I think of brass. It’s partly because he comes to race every day. It’s partly Anthony Famiglietti because he willingly takes the lead in his races and defies others to outlast him. But now it’s also because he’s willing to give up the closest thing to a sure thing in favor of challenging himself and forcing himself to rise to another level.
Anthony Famiglietti would have qualified for Berlin in the steeple. It would have taken one uncharacteristically bad performance by him, or three out-of-their-skin performances by the rest of the field to beat him….READ MORE