Greatest NCAA 5000m EverLRC Greatest NCAA 5k Ever: Lawi Lalang Defeats Edward Cheserek And 10,000m Screaming Oregon Fans NCAA meet record – check. 10,000 plus screaming fans – check. Great finishing duel- check. Greatest NCAA 5,000m ever – check.

LRC Brandon McBride Defends DSCN5376Indoor Title As SEC Runners Take the Top Four Spots
It was a thrilling four-man battle down the home straight, but in the end McBride had just enough to hold everyone off.

DSCN5670LRC 2012 Olympian Shalaya Kipp Upset As Michigan State’s Leah O’Connor Arrives A runner was dominant over the final 1.5 laps but it was O’Connor, not Kipp, as Boise State’s Marisa Howard PRed by 15+ seconds to get 2nd.

DSCN5472LRC Oregon’s Laura Roesler Comes Through As The Favorite To Earn 10 Points For The Women Of Oregon Roesler crushed the field the final 200m.

MB: Official 2014 NCAA Day 3 Outdoor Live Discussion Thread The 800 finals and women’s steeplechase plus the 100 finals highlight. Give your thoughts here.

MB: Wow Wow Wow!! The greatest 5000 in NCAA history. Lawi comes back on Ches!!! NCAA Record. UO goes 2-3-4!!!

MB: THE KING IS DEAD!

MB: Upset City: Leah O’Connor Crushes Kipp – 9:36.43 FTW !!! The 800s went according to form but not the women’s steeple.

 NCAA Day 2 

W10k Emma Bates Gets NCAA Title #1 After Great Stretch Battle With Elinor Kirk

The women's 10,000m was historically fast and it featured two lead changes in the final 100. Emma Bates and Elinor Kirk battled side-by-side for much of the final 100m, but Bates was too good in the end and got her first NCAA title. *Post-Race interviews With Emma Bates, Elinor Kirk, Julie Bottorff, Erin Finn, Elvin Kibet And Megan Curham

NCAAs Day 2 Thursday Live

MB: Official 2014 NCAA outdoor Day 2 discussion thread 

Day 2 Video Interviews Here Cory McGee, Katie Flood, Stephanie Brown, Emily Lipari, Ben Saarel, Mac Fleet, Linden Hall, and many more.
Constantly updated. Turn off your sound during the first half of the 10,000m final and listen to our interviews.

Day 2 10,000m Photos, 1,500m Photos Click Here Or Below

Emma Bates 2014 NCAA Champion

Emma Bates 2014 NCAA Champion

 NCAAs Day 1: King Ches Dominantes 

King ChesLRC 4-For-4! Edward Cheserek Runs 24.8 Last 200 To Blow Away Field In NCAA 10,000 Final King Cheserek waited until the final 250, but boy was it special as he remained undefeated for his life at NCAA champs.
*MB: Cheserek – 24.71 last 200!!! Wow!!!! (EOM)

LRC 1:45 Man Edward Kemboi Fails To Advance In 800; Favorites In Women’s 800, Steeple All Advance The favorites in men’s and women’s 800 and women’s steeple all looked great.

LRC Cornell’s Stephen Mozia Sets New Just Misses Ivy League Shot Put Record With 20.46m, Finishes Second At 2014 NCAA Championships

LRC Video Interviews

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 Farah Will Do 2 Events At Glasgow 2014 

Non-NCAA Weekend Action: adidas GP, NBNO, NY Mini 10K

Adrian Martinez Classic *LRC Photos *Results

LRCHow Seven Olympians And 55 Other Pros Ended Up Racing At A High School Track Next To A Playground

A vision, cause and nearly $20,000 from Hoka One One go a long way in attracting stars.

LRCLeo Manzano Upset In Mile; Wins For Cas Loxsom, Dana Mecke, Violah Lagat And Amy Hastings At 2014 Adrian Martinez Classic

Talk about an upset. Eric Finan had a 4:04 PR coming in (including his converted 1,500 best) but chopped off 6 seconds and took down Manzano in the process. Plus Morgan Uceny came up just short of getting the outdoor world lead in the women's mile.

LRCMassachusetts High Schooler Garrett O'Toole Runs U.S. #1 4:01.89 Mile

The Princeton-bound O’Toole, a LetsRun.com message board poster, ran 58 over the last lap to move into the top 15 all-time in the HS ranks and come close to sub-4 on the 50th anniversary of Jim Ryun‘s first sub-4. We caught up with him after the race.
*MB: HSer Garrett O’toole runs 4:01.89

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LRC1,500 And Men's Steeple Prelims - Favorites Cruise Through To Set Up Some Great Finals

The big players - Lawi Lalang, Mac FleetEmily Lipari and Stephanie Brown - all looked great as expected. Oregon's Sam Prakel was an unexpected surprise. The finals should be great. The intrigue came with an almost cat-fight between some of the top 1,500 women.
*MB: CAT FIGHT in the 1500!!! Cory McGee and Stephanie Brown

LRCFlorida's Marquis Dendy Delivers And Wins Men's Long Jump For Florida

The inconsistent Dendy, who had never scored before outdoors, was on his game and had three jumps better than anyone else and gave the Gators 10 key points in the team competition.

2014 IAAF Oslo – ExxonMobil Bislett Games Was Wed. *Results/Schedule/Entries *TV/Stream Info (2pm ET) *IAAF Full Preview

LRC Evan Jager Runs Boldly, Just Misses American Record In Steeplechase By .16 Evan Jager bravely went out on the heels of the rabbit, on sub-8 pace. He ended up with a career-best 2nd place finish.
*MB: JAGER – 8:06.97

LRC Men’s 5,000: Galen Rupp’s AR Attempt Fails To Materialize As Yenew Alamirew Outkicks Caleb Ndiku For Win The field never went for a fast time, they went for the win as Rupp ended up 3rd.
*Galen Rupp Reaction After Running 13:03.35 For Third In Oslo: “There are no short-cuts in distance running.”

LRC Men’s Mile: Ayanleh Souleiman Notches Another DL Win As Nick Willis And Germany’s Homiyu Tesfaye Join The Sub-3:50 Club Ayanleh Souleiman held on for yet another victory as Nick Willis nearly went from last to first to get under 3:50 for the first time in his career. Matthew Centrowitz went in the other direction in this one.
*MB: Nick Willis 3:49.83 Welcome to the Sub 3:50 Club

LRC Women’s 800: Eunice Sum Keeps Her Undefeated Streak Going As Ajee Wilson Gets Season’s Best Eunice Sum won her 11th straight, America’s Ajee Wilson had a great runner-up showing as Brenda Martinez struggled.

MB: OFFICIAL 2014 Oslo Diamond League Discussion Thread
*2014 Oslo Diamond League Video Highlights Bislett Games

 How Much Do The Non-Runners Of The Sporting World Run? 

Jenn Suhr Wins NYC Street Vault *Recap *Photo Gallery/ Video

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 Josh McDougal On The Comeback Trail 

Josh McDougalRecommended Read: Josh McDougal Blogs About His Comeback From 7 Years Of Injury, Which Got Going Sunday Night With A 4:10 Mile At The Music City Distance Carnival “… We felt there was no better way to start back than jumping in head first. Would it be pretty? … Probably not! But all new stories have to begin somewhere.”
*MB: Josh McDougal comeback? Coach Steve Magness?