I've seen arguments both ways. And again, if track is priority #1, I think he goes elsewhere. But there are options to further his training if he decides to come. More than anything, I believe in Deion. He understands the demands on multi-sport athletes and will be creative in helping Harbor reach his goals. And having Bloom as an ally and access to the Olympic Training Center would only further that cause. It's a huge longshot, but everything that's happened the last 2 months has been a huge longshot.Very few top sprinters train at altitude. I believe it's viewed as negative training at altitude. It's a real negative factor for us.