As long as he's seen by the majority of people as the most successful and recognizable competitor on Sasuke (which will probably be forever), I can see no reason why they'd ever not put him in at least the final 5 to run. As a matter of fact, he hasn't had a number lower than 96 since Sasuke 9, and I can't imagine any immediate reason why this would occur in 27.
Post by mikessssssss on Jul 1, 2011 4:09:43 GMT -5
I doubt it because he has done well with it. It wouldn't matter which time he ran the course because everyone expects so much from him so even with a low number he'd have high pressure. He has to just try and stay calm and not think too much; which is easier said than done.