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World XCs Go to Kenyan Homeland This Weekend:
*Kenyan Born Stephen Mayaka Guiding Japanese Team As Well As Potential Kenyan Star Gideon Ngatuny Who Is Based in Japan
Mayaka is now a Japanese citizen and there has been talk that Ngatuny could win gold
*Profile of 20 Yr Old Gideon Ngatuny
*Young Kenyan Team Arrives In Mombassa On Thursday
The men's team is young and as a result some in the Kenyan press think that bodes well for 2007
*US Ambassador Happy With Kenya's Secuirty Arrangements Too bad too many US athletest wimped out

*Kenyan Great John Ngugi Confident Kenyans Can Dominate
Kenyan B Team Qatari Team Ready For Worlds
Preview of World XCs from Kenyan Paper: Ethiopians Still Favored for Individual Crowns The Kenyans may still win the majority of the team titles but it's a matter of national pride that they have not been able to win the top individual spot. And the president of Kenya will be at the race this year.
Cross Country Comes Home
*IAAF Head Lamine Diack in Mombasa

*Course Work to be 24 Hours A Day to Get World XC Stands Ready for Saturday's Race

Teams Being Met with a Ton of Security in Mombasa
Paul Tergat Says XC Should be in the Olympics
Kenya to Have to Get Passed Ethiopians if It Wants to Win an Individual Title at Worlds
*Kiwis Arrive at Worlds
*Kenyan Team Now Training Twice a Day Down from Three Times
*'s Wejo Is Going to Worlds

US 8k: Anthony Famiglietti Wins US 8k Title In case you haven't noticed Fam is getting pretty damn good at the longer distances. He got the win in his hometown of NYC.
*Photo Gallery

*Andrew Carlson Out of World XC With Broken Rib
*Britain's Jo Pavey Out of Worlds
Foreign Athletes Training In Kenya Ready for Worlds
*IAAF President Lamine Diack to Be In Kenya on Monday

Edith Masai up against Benita Johnson at Vattenfall Berlin Half Marathon Next Month

Blake Boldon Interview 4th at USATF 3k and then a 3:59 mile.

Moses Kiptanui Says Kenyan Worlds Team Needs to Be Mentally Prepared
*USA's Katie McGregor Out of World XCs

8 Sub 2:08 Guys Running Rotterdam Marathon April 15th IAAF

World XCs Next Weekend:
*Russia, Australia, and New Zealand Arrive This Weekend for Worlds

*4 of 5 World Champs and 66 Nations at 2007 World XC Champs

Security Being Beefed Up in Mombasa for Worlds

First Ever: Ask Wejo: High Mileage Training, Evil Stop Watches, the NCAA Season, and Ryan Hall Weldon answers your training questions on AT pace (whatever that is), 140 mile weeks, and the collegiate racing season. Plus confidence, overconfidence, Ryan Hall's race in Jacksonville, and runners choking at NCAAs. All just an attempt to be more self-marketed than Dean K.

More on Devine Racing's Cash Crunch: Salt Lake City Marathon Cutting Back on Prize Money as It Has Not Paid Its Bills From Last Year They still owe $50,000 to a charity that provided volunteers to last year's race. How about scrapping prize money entirely and not taking a salary, until you pay the bills. Perhaps it won't make a difference because this year's money is going to last year's race.

Japan Announces Marathon Squad for World Champs IAAF

Chris Solinsky, Wisconsin's Quarterback

Abebe Bikila's and Mamo Wolde's Tombs Desecrated Punks exists in all corners of the world.

NYC Reebok Grand Prix Becomes Part of IAAF Athletics Tour (It and Pre Classic are Only 2 Meets in US With This Status) IAAF NCAA Basketball Hoops Contest Win a cool million. Yeah right. link fixed. Find group

Dathan Ritzenhein Out of US 8k Champs in NY With Injury

Is Football (Soccer) The Reason Britain is Not Good at Track and Field

Gate River Run:
Ryan Hall Says He Wasn't That Excited During Jacksonville Run
*Message board thread here

*6 for 6 for Meb, One for the Thumb for Deena

*Results *Video from Gate River Run There is a reason these two got Olympic medals in Athens, they are damn good. Deena Kastor put on an exhibition in winning her fifth Gate River Run in 47:20 just missing her American Record. And just as everyone predicted (ha ha right), Meb Keflezighi defeated Ryan Hall in a relatively modest 43:39 with Hall about 15 seconds behind.
*15k Play by Play

Moses Mosop, Kenya's Best Hope at Worlds

Frank Tickner Makes it a Clean Sweep at European Domestic Winter Titles With English Crown BBC

NY Times Profile on Karl Dusen Who Is Running NY 8k Econ grad with a job. Wejo, minus a decade, plus he was way better in college.

Charles Kamathi and Martin Mathathi Training at National Team Camp in Kenya But they're Not Running worlds BBC

Dwain Chambers Makes Hamburg NFL Europe Team BBC

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*Lengthy Josh McDougal Profile His mom was a runner.Plus he talks about facing Joe Walsh at nationals.
*Michael Spence No Longer a Surprise While you guys are bitching about not having a shoe contract he went out and made a World Cross Country team.

Ana Guevara Runs 50.68 on Her 30th Bday
*Ian Stewart Wants to Set Up Nicola Sanders in Her Run Up to Osaka

Dave Collins Pleased with Progress of British Squad, But There Still is Work to Go
Steve Cram Says There are 4 Medal Prospects for Britain
*Jason Gardener Looking to Outdoors After 60m European Title

Dr. Bill Stegemoller, Former Souther Indiana Coach, Dies

59:43 for RYAN HALL
Yep, sub 1 hour in the half marathon for an American on American soil on a certified course. One of the
best American distance performances ever as Ryan Hall won the US Title, the Aramco Houston Half, picking up $21,000, to become the 9th fastest ever on a record certifiable course.
*Photo from Victah Sailer of
*Videos of the Race From the Flocast Guys Here

The Legend of Nick Symmonds: The DIII Star You Had Never Heard Of Until 7 Months Ago Opens Up in 3:56 Maybe he'll go undefeated this year. His time dropped a second overnight without him running a step.

Photos Kip Keino Comes to Ithaca The legendary Kip Keino came to Ithaca, NY, the east coast home of See photos of the event including Olympic champ Peter Rono, Keino's son, Ian, and's Wejo, Rojo, and even JK.

Dean Karnazes Profile in the LA Times Quotes from's Wejo, and message board poster, John Morelock.
Sally Kipyego Dominates, Stanford Survives
Recap: Sally Kipyego Dominates, Stanford Wins With Highest Point Total Ever
*Individual results
*Team Results
Kipyego dominated the individual field and the Cardinal repeated, but just narrowly over Colorado, as the Cardinal scored 195 points, the highest ever for a winning team (that total on the men's side would have been 2 points from 7th). Mark Wetmore almost did the unthinkable again (with a squad that was only 6th at PreNCAAs), leave Terre Haute with 2 titles, but the Buffaloes' 5th runner finished 165th.
*Ivy League Women Have Top 3 Finisher for 5th Straight Year
*Women's Recap from Terre Haute Newspaper
Classic Emails #1 We share with you some of the classic emails from our site's visitors and give you valuable knowledge at the same time. You'll read conclusive proof Lance Armstrong dopes, learn AJ Acosta is not as much an a**hole as you thought, and much more.

A Legend Passes: "I don't train never have. I don't think of running as training. I just go out and run each day, and let the racing take care of itself"- Jack Foster of New Zealand, who ran a 2:11:17 marathon at the age of 41 to win silver at the Commonwealth Games in 1974. He died in a bike accident yesterday at the age of 72.

In case you missed it:
Todd Williams Hangs them up

In our lengthy 3 part interview, Todd Williams, the premier 10,000m runner in the US, talks about his illustrious career and the sport of running in general.
Part I he
re, Part II here, Part III here
Also take a look at Amby Burfoot's look at Todd Williams' incredible American record at 15k in 1995, the same year he finished 9th at World Cross Country.

More isn't always better:
"I had over-trained. I put too much pressure on myself because I wanted that gold medal too much. If I had trained 15 per cent less, I would have won. I was training like a crazy person. There was a lack of self-confidence and a lack of maturity. An athlete does not only train with his body. He trains with his mind."

-Hicham El Guerrouj on why he didn't win Olympic gold in 2000

JK Speaks: Progressing To Peak Fitness coaching guru John Kellogg talks about progression runs and the art of the sport versus the science of the sport. Book Reviews 2 Good Reads on Milers 50 years apart:
Sub 4:00 and The Perfect Mile

"Paul Maurer, in The Gift, not only presents an interesting and captivating story, but he explores the deeper questions of why runners run, why we compete, and what makes such a simple sport, running, so rewarding to those of us who do it. The Gift is one of the best running books I have ever read. "'s Weldon Johnson on a new Running novel,
The Gift
(The Gift is now available from

Paul Tergat
*"As the holy scriptures say, 'for whoever much is given, much is expected,' it is, therefore, my duty and privilege to help in any small way in giving back to society."
-Marathon world record holder, Paul Tergat, speaking after founding a sports foundation that will help disadvantaged youths.
*Tergat's hamstring injury has healed and he says he's ready to go at NYC: "I expect good results as I am in good shape" but he's out of next week's Half Marathon in Britain, but interestingly Gezahegne Abera (remember him, formerly the greatest marathoner in the world) is running.

And the winner is:
Best Running Movie of All-Time: Fire on the Track
After sitting on the results for months, we're proud to announce that the best running movie of all-time as selected by our viewers is a not an academy award winner, Chariots of Fire, or a highly publicized film produced by Tom Cruise (Without Limits), but rather a running documentary, Fire on the Track: The Steve Prefontaine Story. Read all about the voting and see the 10 best running movies of all-time as selected by our viewers.

"Everybody in Kenya is trying to come to America. I had no dream about coming because I knew this was impossible. It was a miracle," Kiplagat said. "That is why I take advantage of every opportunity. I came here, graduated in three years, and count myself blessed"- Richard Kiplagat who graduated from Iona in 3 years and had a 3.75 GPA

"This is not coming out of retirement, this is just me showing that if you just enjoy what you are doing and stay in there and set little goals. I do a lot of speaking, I've spoken to every group in Australia and I tell them back when I ran I set little goals and I think here I am telling these guys, but I've got to do it myself and tonight was really a chance to walk the walk"
-Steve Moneghetti, who at age 43, broke the world best for the 1 hour run for master's, averaging sub 5 minute pace the whole way as Ron Clarke, John Landy, and Robert De Castella watched him run.

A Staff of One:
Perhaps the most valuable gift from is a friendly willingness to share lessons learned by their editorial staff, which includes successful college coaches and highly competitive athletes. "

-Gary Droze, writing about in the
Tallahassee Democrat

Anthony Famiglietti and Carrie Tollefson To Headline Inaugural Kip Keino Mile The two US Olympians have committed to compete in the May 13th event in Ithaca, NY - the home of More big names to come later!!

Sad News
Florida Gators Women's Coach Tom Jones Passes Away
In an illustrious coaching career that spanned 35 plus years, Jones won 2 NCAA titles and was the head coach at NC State, Utep, ASU and Florida.

Famous UK Distance Coach David Farrow Banned for 5 Yrs By UK Athletics
The British Milers Club's 2006 Coach of the Year was accused of rape but was banned for 'abusing his position of trust as a coach'.

US Worlds Team Lands in Mombasa, US Women's Team Only Has 4 Members, Men's 7
It's kind of sad we're two short on both the men's and women's side.

Ethiopian Athletics Budget Up 50%

Former British Milers Coach of the Year Gets 5 Year Suspened Coaching License in Britain

Germany Hires Frankie Fredericks to Work With Sprint Relay Teams

Kelly Strong Breaks American Record in 2k Steeplechase

LaSalle Bank Shamrock Shuffle Hits 30,000 Entrants for This Weekend
*Reebok Signs on to Sponsor Peachtree Roadrace Clearly sponsoring the Reebok/ afterparty in Boulder has rejuvenated the Reebok marketing machine. Peachtree is serving as the US road 10k champs this year.

Dick Pound Wants to Be Head of Court of Arbitration in Sport  He doesn't seem neutral enough.

This Weekend's Action:
Samuel Wanjiru Runs 58:35 World Record in Half
 The half mark is getting down there as it becomes a more commonly raced distsance.
Seoul: Lee Bong-Ju Runs 2:08 to Win Seoul Marathon at Age 37
Bong Ju was the 1996 silver medallist in the marathon and won Boston in 2001.
*Lee Bong Ju: "I know I am not so fast, but I believed in my endurance which really helped me win the race."

8Top Results from Seoul Marathon

S. Africa: *Myburgh’s 48.97 and double by Namibia’s Agnes Samaria highlight South African Champs, Day 2
*Sherwin Vries Gets Sprint Double at S. African Champs

Lisbon: Rita Jeptoo 67:05, Robert Kipchumba 60:31 at Lisbon Half

Rome: Six Sub 2:10 Men, 4 Sub 2:30 Women at Rome Marathon

NZ:$1000 on the Line for a Sub 4 at Today's Mayoral Mile in New Zealand

USATF News: Texas' Bubba Thornton and UCLA's Jeanette Bolden to Coach 2008 US Olympic Teams
*Drug Cheat Sandra Farmer Patrick Inducted into Cal State Hall of Fame (She's Also a USATF Board Member)
If you cheat just make sure it really works and then you can get a lifetime gig in the sport, hence stories like this:
14 Year old Inline Skater Busted for Drugs by USADA

In Depth Talk With USATF CEO Craig Masback from FloCast: 65 minutes with USATF's boss. At least watch it before you bitch . We haven't seen it yet but Mark of Flocasts says its good and its 3am.
*Part 2 Hardest Part of the Job
Part 3:
Poker (He'd better not knock our favorite sport)
Part 4: TV
*Part 5: Future Goals

*Part 6: Beer, Gambling and Women

Drug Testing Guru Don Catlin to Step Down as Head of UCLA Lab to Dedicate More Time to Research Washington Post In case you haven't realized the real bottleneck in drug testing is on the research side, so it might be better to have Catlin doing research full time. And until the pro sports or the Olympic movement get serious and pony up some serious cash ,there will be no HGH test, etc.
*Don Catlin Says Drug Testers Need More Money, Fortunately USADA is Loaning Him a Key Piece of Equipment
*Don Catlin Says Urine Test for HGH May Never Be Developed

Uproar in Kenya as World XC Team is Announced and Martin Mathathi is Named to Team Despite Doing Well at Trials Mathathi was taken off the team as a result.
*Kenyan Team Named for World XCs
*Japanese Team Named for World XCs

Paris Half Marathon Men's Results Joseph Maregu Wins in 1:00:22
*Women's Results

On the boards: Where Does Dean Karnazes rank in the pantheon of distance runners?

Sunday's Action:
Yasuko Hashimoto, 2003 Berlin Champ, Wins Nagoya Marathon in Relatively Modest 2:28:49
Final Day of Australian Outdoor Champs:
Sally McLellan Breaks 35 Year Old Australian Record in 100m Hurdles Apparently the Kiwis competing are upset they weren't honored at the awards cermony.
Asia: Bahrain Sweeps Women's Medal at Asian XC Champs

Trying to Get His Confidence Up: Alan Webb to Race a Dentist over the Mile We're just kidding.

Study on Olympic Marathon Trials Training is Published in International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance Apparently not too many of them are on this:
*FDA Issues Severe Warning on Heart Attack Risks on EPO Drugs

NCAA Indoor *Results
Day 2:
Arizona State Women, Wisconsin Men Win Titles A stumble by Walter Dix in the 60 may have cost FSU the title, as Chris Solinsky locked things up by finishing 2nd to Lopez Lomong in the 3k. Leo Manzano got his firt indoor mile title to go with the outdoor title he had as a freshman, but the most dominating runner in the NCAAs is Sally Kipyego who won the 3k to go with her 5k title.
DII: St. Augustine's Sweeps Men's and Women's Titles at DII Indoor Nationals
DII Indoor Results
Lincoln Men, Williams Women Win DIII Titles
DIII Indoor Results
Day1 DI: Arizona State in Good Shape Despite Amy Hastings Only Finishing 4th in 5k Sally Kipyego dominated the 5k
Day 1 Recap:*
UNC Led by Brie Felnagle's Strong Anchor Gets Title and American Record 4:32 for Felnagle as UNC gets another crown. Stanford's Russell Brown had a great day, easily qualifying in the mile, then anchoring the winning DMR.
Chris Solinsky Gets Another Track Title After watching Friday's race it's apparent he's just better than everyone else.
Walter Dix Wins 200
*Day 1 Photos
DII, DIII Coverage at Trackshark

Drugs, Drugs, Drugs:
Balco II is Here

In case you didn't know the drug testing in the major sports isn't too effective. Pharmacists and doctors all over America were arrested in a new huge steroid scandal. NFL, MLB players, and boxer Evander Holyfield are implicated along with the Pittsburgh Steelers' team doctor who ordered up $150,000 of HGH on his private credit card.
Longer Recap from Albany Times Union
*Doctors Reap Tons of Money from Prescribing Drugs
*Unrelated but in the news: Barry Bonds' Camp Has Never Disputed Steroids Evidence in Game of Shadows Book

JoggersWorld buys Running Times Seriously we think Runnersworld magazine has improved recently. Usually 1 article worth reading plus Ed Eyestone.
*Message board thread
* Gets Unsolicited Buyout offer

Kenyan News: Paul Tergat Believes Kenyan Team Can Sweep Medals at World XCs
After Failing at Trials, Junior Star Veronica Nyaruai, Is Invited to Kenyan Camp for Worlds
*Leonard Mucheru, Currently a Man Without a Passport, as Kenyans Have Seized his Bahraini Passport Until he Gives Back His Kenyan One

World's Best 10k: This is the richest non marathon in America. Results only
*Lornah Kiplagat Wins Easily over Meseret Defar

*Gilbert Okari Does it again Okari is incredibly good and earns his money the hard way, by winning the top road races in N. America. In 2006, he won Cherry Blossom ($6,000) , Bay to Breakers ($37,000 thanks to the totally disproportionate equalizier bonus and $5000 for being 1st over a hill), Bloomsday ($7,000), Crescent City ($5,000), Vancouver Sun Run ($3,000), and Falmouth ($10,000). But in 2006, he only finished 2nd in the richest road race in Americam, the World's Best 10k ($15,000). He rectified that on Sunday by winning in Puerto Rico and picking up $25,000 to start the year. He was 8 seconds off of a $15,000 bonus. The guy might be the most overlooked runner in the world.

Russia Women Win Yokohama Women’s Ekiden over US The US women sent an all-star team of sorts but came up short versus a very strong Russian team.

USA Collegiate Conference Action:
Arkansas Men, Tennessee Women Win SEC
Big 10: *Minnesota Women Win Their First Big 10 Indoor Title
Wisconsin Men Win 7th Straight Big 10 Title
*Men's Results

Women's Results
Heps: Princeton Men Win a Close One, Cornell Women Dominate at 2007 Indoor Heps Michael Maag's
with a 3 pointer at the buzzer. Can someone from Alaska, Nevada and Wyoming please click here
*Heps Indoor Results

Heps Video:
*Women's 800 *Men's 800 link fixed
*Dave Pell in High Jump *Men's DMR
*Women's 3k
Big 12 Texas & Nebraska Men Tie, Yes Tie, Sub 4 for Manzano, 3:04 for Baylor
*ACC Fl. State Men, Va Tech Women Win
*Fake Pac 10s Boulder XC Coverage
Kastor Dominates, Culpepper Upsets
A NewDay for US Cross Country
It was a momentous day in US cross country history as 10,000 spectators poured onto the Boulder golf course to witness the return of a single champion at the US championships. Alan Culpepper got the come from behind victory that could define a career, and Deena Kastor put on a clinic, showing she is still the best cross country runner in America by a longshot.
*Splits from all the races
* Video of the Men's Finish nd Culpepper Pumping His Fist
Great Flocast Videos:
*Men's Race *Women's Race
Photos: Women's Race Photos

(Other races coming soon)
Denver Post Coverage:
Culpepper, Kastor Get Titles
Boulder Running Reputation Solid
Incredible: 10,000 Fans Turned Out
Support of Fans Touches Kara Goucher
Boulder Daily Camera Coverage:
*Boulder Does it Self Proud
Culpepper Feels Right at Home
Deena Kastor Dominates
*Race Results Weekly Recap of 2007 USATF XC Nationals
Boulder 2007 Preview No more hype, no more talking. It's time to lace them up and race so we've got our prerace preview and picks.
*Boulder 2007 Fan Predictions
*Jordan Hasay Ready for Junior Race
Wejo in Boulder: The Buzz In Boulder? 'Who's Going to Win' That's what everyone wants to know and it's refreshing to be in a town where people actually care.
*Alan and Shayne Culpepper Balancing Family and Running
Thusrday: Gouchers Ready To Go
*Adam Goucher Profile:
In an in-depth LRC profile, Adam Goucher talks about his current fitness level, his thoughts on 2006, his goals for 2007, the end of 4k xc, his relationship with Mark Wetmore and even what it's like to pass Cragg Mottram in a race. (Goucher is 31, not 32 as re originally said in the article)
*Kara Goucher Interview: The American set PRs at 1,500, 3k, 5k and 10k last. She has since upped her training by at least miles per week and is expecting big things in 2007.
*Meb Issues Statement on Pulling Out He got a cold and London is the focus.
*Ritz Ready to Rumble, Says the Course is In Great Shape
Jorge Torres Ready for Battle in Boulder
*Meb Keflezighi is Out
Alan and Shayne Culpepper Speak
Alan talks about the showdown in Boulder, the most disappointing year of his professional career, returning to the track, the economics and professionalism of the marathon, Mary Wittenberg, and the good 'ole days of American distance running- which are now. Shayne talks about 10 minute miles, the 1500m, the advantages, (and disadvantages) of being forced to take time off from the sport, and the incredibly strong women's field assembled for the US champs this weekend.
LRC Deena Kastor Excited to Return to Her Roots Before she was America's greatest marathoner, she was America's greatest cross country runner and she's returning to her XC roots this weekend. In an depth profile of America's greatest female runner, Deena explains why she was 'disappointed' with 2006 despite being #1 in the world in the marathon, and how she is training harder than ever. Plus she talks about the Boston Marathon, Shalane Flanagan, Ryan Hall and even
*Deena Kastor Profile in Ventura Newspaper
Racing more is the plan in 2007.
Gouchers Ready for Happy Return to Boulder for XC Champs It's hard to believe, but Adam says he didn't really become a pro until moving to Oregon and training under Alberto, "One of the main changes for us was becoming professional athletes". Boulder Daily Camera
Pete Julian, The Man Behind Boulder 2007 If everyone in the world was like Pete Julian it would be a much better place.
LRC Ritzenhein Ready to Battle in Boulder
One of the greatest American XC hopes ever is ready to take on all comers in Boulder at the US championships. He talks about the race in Boulder, his 2006 season, his marathon debut, running more mileage, his relationship with Mark Wetmore, Ryan Hall, his plans for 2007 and whether he intends to run the Olympic Marathon trials.
Interviews with the Culpeppers, the Gouchers, Sara Slattery (who is now officially out of the race with a hot spot on her foot.
*Meet website here.
*The snow is melting (photos of the course from Brad Hudson's Boulder Performance Trainng website) and the forecast is for warmer temps for the middle part of the week but possibly more snow on the weekend.
*Other Boulder Profiles:
Abdi Abdirahman and Shalane Flanagan

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-John Stiner, on getting married to his wife, Sarah, who he met on the message boards. Read about their incredible story.

Training Advice:
Advice from the pros
.Top 10 Training Tips's Weldon Johnson gives his top 10 training tips. They helped him run a 28:27 10k and will definitely help you too.
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High School Section
Turn Back the Clock:
Interviews With Today's Stars on Their High School Careers

Rod Dehaven: U.S. Marathon Champ
Juli Henner: U.S. Olympian
Todd Reeser: Top Road Racer Wrestled in High School
Many more
Training Advice
Learn how running guru, John Kellogg, made a tiny private school in Texas one of the best teams in the state.

Warning If the Site Goes to Crap Over the Next 8 Days, You Have 1 Guy to Blame: Rojo Wejo is off to Mombasa today. If you have tips or stuff Rojo missed, email him.