2016 NCAA Entries – We Tell You Who Gets In and Who Doesn’t

LRC2016 NCAA Entries - What Did It Take To Get Into NCAAs? How Does It Compare To Past Years?

Find out what it will take to get into NCAAs and who is running what here.

More From The Weekend

More Weekend Action: Fast Times In Boston *Results

The Week That Was – Our Weekly Recap

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.

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

Justin Gatlin / Dennis Mitchell Making Waves

UK News

Previous Doping / Corruption News

International Weekend Action

European Mid-D News

Distance Stuff: Salazar Says He Isn’t Worried


More Problems In Rio

Conference Champs Central *Live Results: *Big East *ACC *MPFS *SEC *Big Ten *Big 12 *Ivy/Heps *All NCAA








Interesting US Distance 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.