“I saw it as a competition, a competitive guy, went after it, figured out how to pull it all together, and then then he gets there and he looks marvelous. I mean, he looked awesome,” Carroll said.
Carroll said he watched the race with his family and within a few minutes was out in the driveway setting up cones for his grandkids to race.
“Most of all, I think it’s his vision to see the challenge, go after it, and then pull it off, and then also be very humble and respectful about it,” Carroll said. “I was really really proud of him.”