Week That Was

Hayward Field Updates

Jamaican Boys And Girls Champs *Results

Calabar Boys And Edwin Allen Girls Retain Their Titles At The Jamaican Boys And Girls Champs Highlights came from Christopher Taylor, who won the U20 boys’ 200 in a world-U20 leading time of 20.35, Tyreke Wilson, who won the 100 in 10.21, and Dashawn Morris, who took the boys’ U20 400 in 45.09. On the girls’ side, Kevona Davis broke a 16-year-old meet record with a 22.72 win in the 200m and won the 100 in 11.16.
*Jamaica Gleaner Recap: “Calabar, Edwin Blow Away Rivals Again”

News From Oregon

Usain Bolt Had His Soccer Tryout

Bolt’s Soccer Dream Becomes Reality?

African Distance News

Doping News

Non-Distance News

NCAA News

More Upcoming Distance Action

Week That Was

LRCWayde Van Who? Clarence Munyai Runs 19.69, Scott Fauble Interviews Himself, Americans Dominate NYC Half, And A Last Hurrah For Caster Semenya?

Clarence Munyai and Caster Semenya put on a show at the S. African Champs, the Americans did well at NYC Half, and a look back at some splits from World Indoors.

Problems In Kenya


IAAF News

Women’s Distance News

Russian Doping Updates

2020 Olympic Trials News

Judge Orders Mt. SAC To Halt Stadium Work, Potentially Putting The 2020 Olympic Trials At Risk The college and the city of Walnut are in a legal battle over whether the stadium reconstruction is complying with regulations protecting water quality. Mt. SAC is also dealing with a civil suit which is arguing the cost of the stadium shouldn’t be covered by public funds.
*Ken Goe’s Take And Comparison To Hayward’s Issues

Older Trials News We Missed
Atlanta Track Club Surprised USATF Selection Committee By Bringing In Meb To Endorse Their Bid For The 2020 Marathon Trials 
 Meb likes the Olympic tradition of Atlanta, saying he still has a T-shirt a teammate brought him back from the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, and will be working with the ATC in the future. USATF will decide in April between Atlanta, Austin, Chattanooga and Orlando.