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LRCWTW: Someone Break Up The Women Of The Bowerman Track Club, Putting Drew Hunter's Run In Perspective, Much-Improved US 5k Running, And Galen Rupp Imitates Alberto Salazar

This week we also catch up with coaching legends Frank Gagliano and Ron Warhurst, talk about abolishing the US Olympic Trials and wonder if the Russian doping scandal resulted in a murder.

Distance Stuff: Salazar Says He Isn’t Worried

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Administrative News That Is Actually Interesting

London 2017 Gets A New Figurehead

2017 London Worlds Names Cherry Alexander As New Managing Director She replaces Sally Bolton, who lost out in a power struggle with UK Athletics head Ed Warner, who seems to really be in charge.


Notre Dame Alumni Association Does Lengthy Video Interview Catching Up With Molly Huddle Some interesting insights into Huddle’s early career. You probably didn’t know her HS added XC for her so as a senior she was the only person on the “team.”


Jared Tallent’s Beginners Guide To Walking Toddlers everywhere, this one is for you.


New Study Finds Running Can Help Make You Smarter Among those tested, fitter people were better able to focus on mental tasks.

Breaking News: Genzebe Dibaba Runs A Race And Doesn’t Set A WR

Genzebe Dibaba Runs 8:22.50 – The 2nd-Fastest Indoor 3,000 In History – In Stockholm Gelete Burka was second in 8:33.76. Aman Wote won the men’s 1,500 in 3:39.

European Mid-D News

Interesting US Distance News

UK Field Eventers In The News

A Legend Talks About A Potential Future Legend

webb-hunter-2016-2LRC Highlight Video Of Alan Webb Giving Drew Hunter His Gatorade AOY Award Yesterday It looks like both Alan Webb and Drew Hunter enjoyed themselves.

Newly-announced Gatorade National Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year Andrew Hunter poses with 2004 U.S. Olympian and American Mile Record Holder Alan Webb moments after being presented with his trophy at Loudoun Valley High School on Wednesday, February 24, 2016. Photo Credit/GatoradeLRC Alan Webb Discusses Whether He Thinks Drew Hunter Can Break His Outdoor Record, Why The Flurry Of HS Sub-4:00s Is A Good Thing, And Who Had The Better Career – Himself, Ryan Hall Or Ritz? Alan Webb reveals that he does indeed think Hunter can break his 3:53 outdoor record. As for who had the better career – himself, Ritz or Hall – he pleads the 5th.

Keeping Up With The Eatons

2016 Glasgow Indoor Grand Prix – Mo Farah’s 1 Indoor Race Of 2016 *Results

The fans were happyLRC Mo Farah’s 2016 Track Campaign Gets Off To A Successful Start As He Wins Glasgow 3,000 In 7:39.55 After realizing the British record was out of reach, Mo focused on the win and got it, but Mo only closed in 58.9.

Field Event Stuff


$500,000 AWMM Prizes On The Line Sunday In Tokyo *Streaming/TV Info (Race Is 7:10pm East Saturday Night In US)

Kiprotich_StephenFV-OlyGames12LRC Men’s Preview: Dickson Chumba Looks To Split $500,000 AWMM Title With Eliud Kipchoge; Japan’s Top Men Battle For Olympic Spots, Can Emmanuel Mutai Regain His Form? Chicago champ/Tokyo CR holder Chumba takes on ’12 Olympic medalists Stephen Kiprotich and Abel Kirui, plus Amsterdam champ Bernard Kipyego, Berlin runner-up Eliud Kiptanui and Japan’s top marathoner, Masato Imai (2:07:39 PR). Eritrea’s Teklemariam Medhin (two-time World XC medalist) makes his debut.
*IAAF: Pace Makers Being Asked To Go Through Halfway In 62:30 To 63:00

Edna Kiplagat After Winning NY in 2010LRC Women’s Preview: Defending Champ Birhane Dibaba, WC Silver Medalist Helah Kiprop & Aberu Kebede Battle For AWMM Title 

British Indoor Champs This Weekend: *Schedule *Streaming Info

Doping Updates: Tatyana Chernova Facing Another Ban

USA And World Indoors Are Fast Approaching

LRCYet Another USATF Controversy? Might Galen Rupp Have To Qualify For World Indoors Out Of The Slow Heat At USA Indoors?

It looks like there may be yet another "A" and "B" heat controversy at USA Indoors this year. Say it ain't so. *Discuss

 More World Indoor News 

Doping Updates – Last Chance For Kenya?

espnLRC ESPN Embarrasses Itself – Refuses To Do Drug Testing At X Games Oslo The bean counting in Bristol is over the top as ESPN, which takes in more than $10 billion in revenue each year, is refusing to drug test in Oslo. Norwegian, IOC and WADA officials are justifiably outraged.

International Distance News

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