Some Idolize Bolt, Others Do Not

A Bunch More Nice Reads On David Torrence

Hurricane News

Jamaica / Bolt Updates

Fall Marathon Season Is Near

Doping Updates

Not Your Everyday News

Non-Distance Post-Worlds News

General Distance News

Drug News

LRC Opinion

Farah_MoBot1-Zurich17LRC Week That Was: Mo Farah’s Epic Track Career Is Over, Ajee Wilson’s Incredible 2017 Continues, Plus Usain Bolt And Conor McGregor We look at all the action on the track plus a look at the 2017 Chicago Marathon field again.

IMG_2768LRC “I Love Pre, But This Meet Was Better”: A First-Timer’s Thoughts On Weltklasse Zurich Jon Gault shares his experience of the Diamond League finale.

Pre-Brussels News

LRC 2017 Memorial Van Damme Preview: Jager & Kipruto Chase Sub-8:00, Jenny Simpson Tries To Turn It Around, Amos & Obiri Look To Cap Dominant Seasons All great things have to come to an end and the 2017 IAAF Diamond League season concludes with the 2017 Memorial Van Damme in Brussels on Friday. We break it down for you.

Masters News

Track Season Is Winding Down *Zagreb Results


2017 Brussels DL *Full Results *TV & Streaming Information

kipruto-wins-gettyLRC 2017 Brussels Diamond League Recap: World Champs Conseslus Kipruto, Faith Kipyegon And Hellen Obiri Earn Diamond League Titles In the men’s steeple, Evan Jager went for it but ran out of steam while Jenny Simpson ran a big seasonal best in the 1,500 but got smoked. *FULL RESULTS

lyles-noah-brussels-2017-1America’s Next BIG Track Star Is Here LRC 20-Year-Old Noah Lyles Wins 2017 Diamond League 200 Final In Brussels How do you spell “total stud”? NOAH.


Recommended Read: The Guardian Profile On GB’s Colin Jackson – Phenomenal Athlete Who Came Out As Gay At 50 Jackson set a 110H WR at 12.91 that stood for more than a decade and he still holds the 60H WR.

Other News

The Men Of The 800

2017 New York International Field Released

keitany-wins-londonMB: Defending Champs Lead The Way In New York’s International Field  Including Ghebreslassie, the men’s field features 6 sub-2:08 guys including Desisa and Kamworor. Including Keitany, the women’s field features three sub-2:20 women and five sub-2:22s.

Road News: Bekele Joins Berlin