Our Weekly Recap – The Week That Was

LRCWTW: It's Okay To Wear Makeup In War, Several HS Girls Do Better Than Sub-4, And An American Wins Comrades

This week Raevyn Rogers tells us it's okay to wear makeup when going to war, we marvel about a bunch of high school girls that did something more difficult than a 4-minute mile, praise a LetsRun poster for winning Comrades, hand out free coaching advice from David Rudisha and snap photos of a 75-year-old great grandmother.

Rome DL Is Thursday (2-4pm ET) *Schedule, Entries, Results *TV & Streaming

Thursday: Slew Of Tantalizing Face-Offs On Tap For Rome Diamond League Distance action is highlighted by Genzebe Dibaba vs. Hellen Obiri and World XC champ Irine Cheptai in the 5,000 and Conseslus Kipruto vs. Ezekiel Kemboi in the steeple. The 800 has Donavan Brazier and a whole lot more and and Sifan Hassan is in the 1,500. *IAAF Preview *Provisional Entry Lists

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Week That Was

we-are-not-afraidLRC Why NCAA Regionals Should Not Be Cancelled, Jakob Ingebrigtsen Becomes The Youngest To Break 4:00* And Team USA Wins Its First Title At Bolder Boulder* We look at some crazy fast times at Regionals, plus the big American win and payday at Bolder Boulder.
*USTFCCCA: Where Are The NCAA Qualifiers From? The coaches’ association lists the hometown of all NCAA qualifiers. In terms of media markets, LA (39), Houston (30), New York (30), DFW (25) and Atlanta (24) are the top 5.

The Sprints / Hurdles News That’s Pretty Interesting

2017 NCAAs Start Wednesday *TV & Streaming *Schedule & Results

Jones picked up a pair of wins in her last trip to Eugene at Pac-12sLRC The Fan’s Guide To 2017 NCAA Women’s Outdoor Track And Field Champs: Oregon Looks To Complete An Unprecedented Triple Crown Oregon’s drive for the 1st-ever women’s triple crown is one of just 5 story lines we give you to follow. They include the return of Allie Ostrander to an NCAA champs after a year-plus absence, and is Dani Jones the favorite in the loaded women’s 1,500?

The Craig Engels crazeLRC The Fan’s Guide To 2017 NCAA Men’s Outdoor Track And Field Champs: The Athletes & Races You Need To Know This Week Edward Cheserek has abdicated the throne as the biggest star of college track but there are a ton of big talents that are ready to take over – Christian Coleman, Fred Kerley, Emmanuel KorirLindon Victor, etc. We give you the 6 best story lines of the meet and get you ready for the Josh Kerr vs. Craig Engels battle at 1,500 and Justyn Knight vs. Grant Fisher battle at 5,000.

European News

2017 adidas Boost Boston Games *LRC Preview

Bowie struck a pose after her world bestLRC Sunday Recap: Tori Bowie (16.30 150) & Shaunae Miller-Uibo (21.76 200) Set World Bests In Straight Sprints As Wayde van Niekerk Runs 19.84 The sprint stars delivered this afternoon in Boston. However, Olympic champs Jenn Suhr and Jeff Henderson weren’t able to win.

LRC Friday Recap: Muktar Edris Rips 13:01.04 5K; Charlene Lipsey (1:59.57) Keeps Rolling In 800; Gabe Grunewald Runs Final Race Before Beginning Chemo Edris outdueled Kenyan Cyrus Rutto (13:03.44). Other winners included Chris O’Hare (3:39.31 1,500) and Brandon McBride (1:45.36) over Donavan Brazier Robby Andrews in the 800.

niekerkcoachLRC Chasing Usain Bolt: After A Historic Year, Wayde van Niekerk Finally Has Permission To Run The 200 Usain Bolt doesn’t want to face van Niekerk this year at 200. We can’t really blame him. But a Bolt-van Niekerk matchup would be epic.

LRC adidas Boost Boston Games Preview

More US Weekend Action

Oregon News: King Ches Goes Pro

Behind-The-Scenes Look With Team New Balance Boston

Screenshot 2017-05-30 at 18.55.38LRC Workout Day With Team New Balance Boston Olympic Trials 6th placer Liz Costello and 5-time Swedish national champ Anna Silvander share a 3-minute video on what a workout day is like for them.


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