USA Gets Its 2nd-Ever Men’s PV World Title

Sir Walter Miler

MB: Drew Hunter 3:57 FTW @ Sir Walter Miler Hunter beat out Craig Engels by .45 with Izaic Yorks third. Amanda Eccleston won the women’s race in 4:31.72 over Stephanie Garcia(4:31.87). *Results *Meet Website

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Monday Non-Distance Action

Illness Epidemic Hits Worlds Hotel

Justin Gatlin Is The British Media’s Scapegoat

Beach To Beacon 10K *Results

Outside Saturday Worlds Coverage – Gatlin Wins And The UK Is Pissed


LRC Betting Odds For 2017 IAAF London World Championships In Track And Field / Athletics What American man has the best odds (60%)  for gold in a mid-d/distance event? What woman has the best odds at just 9%?

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The Wait Is Over

Screenshot 2017-07-31 at 23.20.24LRC $200,017 LRC Running Warehouse LetsRun.com Worlds Prediction Contest Is Here! The World Champs start Friday. It’s time to get down to business and enter our prediction contest. Easy to do even if you know very little about Worlds.

Running Form Analysis


Monday At Worlds

Jenny gets silverLRC Final: Women’s 1,500: Faith Kipyegon Wins Another Gold Title As Jenny Simpson Beats Caster Semenya To Nab Her Fourth Global 1,500 Medal updated A thrilling final sprint saw a five-way battle for the medals as Kipyegon just held onto the gold with Simpson timing her kick perfectly to grab silver over Semenya. GB’s Laura Muir and world leader Sifan Hassan both ran out of gas after starting their kicks too soon and finished in 4th and 5th.
*LRC Women’s 1,500 Post-Race Video Interviews Hear from Kipyegon, Simpson, Semenya and Muir.
*MB: Official 2017 Worlds Monday Discussion Thread – Women’s 1,500 Final + More

1,500 MBoard Talk

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Sunday PM Worlds

100-bowieLRC Worlds Day 3: Tori Bowie Wins 100 To Complete US Sweep As Joe Kovacs (Shot Put) & Sandi Morris (Pole Vault) Earn Silver Anything can happen in sport as it was a rough day for the two US men who entered World undefeated on the year as Ryan Crouser didn’t medal in the shot and Sam Kendricks needed a third attempt final to make the PV final.
*MB: Was Joe Kovacs robbed of world title? Was his last throw really a foul?

Screenshot 2017-08-07 at 01.49.49LRC Men’s 800: Carnage In The Semifinals Sets Up A Wild Final On Tuesday; With Emmanuel Korir Out, Who Is The Favorite? None of the Americans made the final as Donavan Brazier knew he let a great opportunity get away.

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Major Doping News: Hajo Seppelt Goes To Ethiopia

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