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M 5000 Final: LRC Five in a Row for Farah, As Americans Shut Out Fool me once shame on you, fool me five times... This one came down to the final lap once again and we got what we all expected another Mo Farah global title. That's five straight.Bernard Lagat was 6th, Galen Rupp 8th, and Ryan Hill10th. *Video Highlights of Race (Share with a friend who doesn't know the results)
LRC Analysis: Fool Me Five Times Shame On Me, Farah Didn't Have the Fastest Last Lap, The Key Point in the Race And More We break it down for you.
*Video highlights of race here
*Post-Race Reaction: Mo Farah Calls This the "Sweetest" of His Titles, Audio/Video/Text with Americans Ryan Hill has chosen his post-collegiate Nike group, and Farah talks about going after a faster time and improving the 1-2% under Alberto Salazar.
*Brendan Foster: Mo Farah is Britain's greatest ever athlete
Men's 5k on the boards:
- WC MEN'S 5000m FINAL THREAD! IT'S ON
- 2:22.99 last km by FARAH
- We haven't beaten Mo with the old tactics, so let's try … the old tactics again!
- What do you suppose is up with Rupp this season?
W 1,500: LRC Jenny Gets Silver, Mary Cain 10th updated
Jenny Simpson ran a superb race. The only problem was that Abeba Aregawi was just better. Mary Cain was a non-factor in 10th as the 17-year-old's incredible season came to an end. Now she can start her senior year of high school.
*Renato Canova On 1,500 Final
Women's 1,500 Post-Race Interviews: Jenny Simpson, Mary Cain, Hannah England, Areba Aregawi, Hellen Obiri, Zoe Buckman You can watch or you can read what was said here.
MB: Official 2013 Women's 1,500 Final Discussion Thread: Talk About Jenny Simpson And Mary Cain Here
*CONGRATUALTIONS to Jenny Simpson, But Cain WTF???????
*J.Simpson front runs to a Silver Medal. More "sacrificial lamb" nonsense.
*Good job Mary Cain!
While You Were Sleeping (Thursday AM Action): Women's 800 Heats: LRC The Three Americans Move On As Montaño and Martinez Win Their Heats Martinez beat the Olympic champ while Ajee Wilson ran the second-best time of her career. Jessica Judd goes home.
*LRC: Women's 800m Round 1 Photo Gallery
*MB: Women's 800 Heats Discussion
Tuesday PM: Men's 800: LRC Symmonds
Wins Silver, Aman Wins Gold The
US picked up its first 800 medal, men's or women's, in 16 years on Tuesday. For 700 meters, it looked like the US might actually go 1-2 but Duane Solomon faded down the stretch. *Race Video/Results
LRC Post-Race Interviews: Nick Symmonds, Mo Aman, Duane Solomon And Ayanleh Souleiman
MB Official Men's 800 Thread Discuss the race live here.
LRC Victor Sailer Flash Photo Gallery LRC Flash Photo Gallery
Women's Steeple: LRC Milcah Chemos Wins Kenya's First-Ever Women's Steeplechase Gold It's a shame that Zaripova wasn't competing for Russia as the stadium was rocking thanks to Isinbayeva's gold and would have gone bonkers if Zaripova had been running at the same time.
Saturday: Meseret Defar ready to reclaim 5000 title Defar reveals she was sick when she lost to Genzebe Dibaba earlier in the year and views Almaz Ayana as her rival.
W 800 Semis: LRC This
One is For the Taking: Don’t Be Surprised if An American Wins the Final Quick thoughts on the women's 800m semifinal. All 3 Americans including junior star Ajee Wilson made the final, but Alysia Montano and Brenda Martinez looked like medal, gold medal threats.
*Brenda Martinez and Ajee Wilson Post Race Reaction
M 1,500 Semis: LRC Matt Centrowitz Advances, Leo Manzano Out: 6 Quick Thoughts Our quick thoughts on the men's 1500m semifinal with some reaction from the mixed zone. Asbel Kiprop led the favorites in advancing and the big name not making the final was American silver medallist Leo Manzano who ran a tactically poor race. Matt Centrowitz advanced and is confident for the final. Kiprop cited Centro as his #2 rival.
*Post Race Reaction: Interviews with Centrowitz, Leo Manzano, Lopez Lomong, Asbel Kiprop, Silas Kiplagat, Nick Willis, Nate Brannen and Henrik Ingebrigtsen.
Friday Worlds Full NY Times Recap: Allyson Felix Tears Hamstring in 200 Meters Good read if you don't know what happened on Friday.
Thursday: Steeple: LRC: Kemboi Wins: The Greatest Ever? Ezekiel
Kemboi won his fourth straight global title and fifth overall to lay claim to greatest steepler
ever. Evan Jager improved on his London performance and was 5th.
RR Renato Canova On Steeple Final, The Future Of The Event Canova coached WR holder Shaheen.
*Post-Race Interviews With Evan Jager, New Canadian Record Holder Matt Hughes And Alex Genest *Race video
MB: WC Men's Steeple Final thread
*Kemboi - The Greatest Steeplechaser Ever?
*WHAT DID EZEKIEL'S SHIRT SAY?!
*steeple men and 1500 women:analysis of Coach Canova #moscow2013
Bondarenko Wins High Jump, Comes Close To WR IAAF recap. Video highlights here.
400 Hurdles: Men's Race Video We had a lengthy talk with Felix Sanchez about his career afterwards (video here). If Felix gets a new shoe contract, he may keep competing, but this year could be it. *Women's Race Video
Thursday AM: Brigetta Barrett Makes It Interesting, Advances In HJ After Two Misses At Opening Height 2004 Olympic champ Yelena Slesarenko was eliminated.
LRC Video: Barrett Talks Qualifying And Then Hams It Up With Reese Hoffa: "I thought you were going to slap my butt. I was like 'Girl I didn't think we knew each other like that.'" - Reese Hoffa
LRC: SP Qualifying: LRC Reese Hoffa All But Gives The 2013 Shot Put Gold Medal To Ryan Whiting Rarely does an athlete admit they have little chances of winning, but that is what Reese Hoffa was doing (even though he beat Whiting 2 months ago).
Wednesday: LRC M
1,500 R1: All The Favorites And Americans Advance The 3 star Kenyans won their heats, Leo M and Lopez made round 2 easily, and Centro Jr made it, too, but had to work a little the last 100. Former Michigan teammates Nate Brannen (easily) and Nick Willis (struggled) advanced in different ways.
LRC Flash Photos
LRC W 5k R1: The Americans Advance, Meseret Defar Says Her Training Is "Stronger" Than When She Set World Record On the track, the action wasn't too surprising. Off the track, Shannon Rowbury had some critical words to USATF (see below) and Meseret Defar indicated she is super-fit.
LRC Flash Photos
LRC Shannon Rowbury Has Some Strong Words For USATF For Being Left Off 1,500m Team For Worlds "I find it pretty unfathomable that USATF did not know I had run 4:01 in Monaco." A "disappointed" Rowbury explained how she was left off the USATF 1,500m team despite having the 8th fastest time in the world. Bureaucrats suck.
Thursday Photos (Jenny Gets Silver, Kemboi Wins Steeple)
Thursday Women's 800m Photo Gallery (All Of Our Photo Galleries Are Here)
Mary And Jenny Roll On
Women's 1,500m Semis: LRC The Mary Cain Show Rolls On Into The Final - Defending Champion Jenny Simpson Looks Great The high schooler
to surprise and finished ahead of Genzebe Dibaba despite running much of the race in lane 2. Zoe Buckman won Cain's semifinal, showing anything can happen at 1,500m. Simpson says she's 100% both physically and mentally. It's all very exciting.
*Flash Women's 1,500m Photo Gallery
Cain On The Boards: *Mary Cain has OFFICIALLY surpassed Jim Ryun's legacy
*MARY CAIN - 4:04 FROM LANE 2 THE WHOLE WAY!!!!
*Dreamed that Mary Cain took silver in the 1500 final.
Doping Updates: Trinidad And Tobago Sprinter Semoy Hackett Also Withdrew From World Champs Due To "Doping Matters"
*Federal Judge Rejects Plea From Trevor Graham (Former Coach Of Marion Jones) To Erase His Felony Conviction For Lying About His Relationship With A Steroid Dealer
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