Chanelle Price took it out really hard and hung on to win gold at 800 at the World Indoors. Wire-to-wire, pr, world-leading time for the win. Impressive. Recap, analysis, post-race video. *Post race interview with World Champion Chanelle Price

Ranking The American Mid-D And Distance Runners' Medal Chances At 2014 World Indoors From #1-12

The world is changing quickly and sometimes things are hard to comprehend. How can it be that silver medalists Nick Symmonds and Galen Rupp need near-miracles to medal at Worlds but Ajee' Wilson and Treniere Moser are expected to medal? Can Rupp or Symmonds really be ranked #9 but Treniere Moser #2? Yes, they can!

Video Interviews with Nick Symmonds and Erik Sowinski After They Fail to Make the Worlds Final

Post race reaction from Symmonds and Sowinski.

Race Video and Video Interview with 2014 World Indoor 800m Champion Chanelle Price

Provisional entries for 2014 IAAF World Indoor Championships

Video Interviews After Men's 1500m Semis: Will Leer, Lopez Lomong, Nick Willis, Silas Kiplagat

Post race reaction from Leer, Lomong, O'Hare, Willis, Kiplagat, and Birgen.

Video Interviews with Shannon Rowbury and Gabriele Grunewald

LRC video with the Americans after the 2014 Worlds.

2014 IAAF World Indoor Schedule and Television and Streaming Information

Men's 1,500 Prelims: Will Leer And Nick Willis Move On To The Final - Silas Kiplagat And 2014 World Leader Do Not

The men's 1,500m qualifying was cut-throat with only 2 people in each race guaranteed a spot in the final. Silas Kiplagat didn't run poorly but is out, Nick Willis looked great and revealed he was sick at Millrose, but kept it quiet because he had tweeted at Galen Rupp. Will Leer advanced and Lopez Lomong didn't.

8 Thoughts About The 2014 World Champs: Chanelle Price Is Golden, 26 Years Old Is Over The Hill In Running, Bold Frontrunning Rewarded, DQ City, Love For Ashton Eaton, And Genze Bulut, Treniere Moser And Ajee' Wilson Were Far From Golden

We tell you why Chanelle Price's gold medal was even rarer than you think, why running is definitely a young person's game, discuss what gets your DQed on the international level, ponder how Ashton Eaton isn't a cross-over star, look at the disappointing runs of Ajee' Wilson, Treniere Moser and Genze Bulut, and share with you two message board gems.

Women's 800 Preview: Americans Ajee' Wilson And Chanelle Price Try To Make History But Brit Laura Muir Is Our Favorite

19-year-old teen phenom Ajee' Wilson of the USA has the top time in the world and teammate Chanelle Price is #2 in the world, but can an up-and-coming Brit Laura Muir steal the gold?

Women's 3,000: A Pointless First Round Leaves Us Exactly Where We Were 24 Hours Ago

The women's 3,000m heats were a waste of time as only 3 runners were eliminated, but Gabriele Grunewald and Shannon Rowbury made the final and we talked to them and got some insights for the final.

Nick Willis reflects on not medalling at World Indoors: "I was a little aggressive too early with 550 to go... I wish I had been a little more patient."

Women's 1,500 Preview: Abeba Aregawi Is Going To Win But Can Treniere Moser Get Silver?

Abeba Aregawi enters the field with having run 7.43 seconds faster than anyone else in it. She's a lock for gold but the USA's Treniere Moser has a chance for silver that could have been Mary Cain's. Plus Turkey's Genze Bulut returns to the world stage; she was the Olympic silver medalist.

An Insider's Account Of Day 1 Of 2014 World Indoors: 10 Behind-The-Scenes/Interesting Stories From Day 1

We tell you what happened deep in the bowels of the Ergo Aren, where we were embedded deeply for 14 hours on Day 1. The action off the track was pretty amazing. We had our gossipy ears on full volume and heard it all -  discussion of Abebe Aregawi's sham marriage, talk of Nick Symmonds finding a Polish Paris Hilton and talk of Nick Willis' tweet about Galen Rupp. Along the way, we fought off jet lag by eating Polish lard and causing a justified temper tantrum by a teen phenom.

Women's 3,000 Preview: Genzebe Dibaba's Time To Shine - Can Grunewald Or Rowbury Somehow Steal Bronze?

Genzebe Dibaba, Ms. World Record 2014, gets her chance to shine and Hellen Obiri of Kenya will try to challenge, and after that it's wide open. Can one of the two Americans sneak in there?

Men's 3,000m: The Stars Advance, Including Americans Rupp And Lagat, And What A Tremendous Final We're Going To Have

All the favorites advanced, but the 3,000 qualifying was very interesting. Caleb Ndiku wore a winter cap, Dejen Gebremeskel went from 2nd to last to 2nd, Galen Rupp ran composed, and Bernard Lagat did what you expected. Recap and a look ahead to the final.

List Of American Medalists At IAAF World Indoor Championships - Mid And Distance Events

Women's 1,500: Treniere Moser Looks Like A Medal Contender And Heather Kampf Proves She Belongs

US mid-d running had a tough morning but had a fantastic evening as Moser and Kampf were both FANTASTIC.

Men's 3,000 Preview: A Dream Race - Lagat, Rupp, Levins, Gebremeskel, Gebrhiwet, Ndiku Go For Glory

Set your alarm and be by your TV for Saturday's 10:10 am eastern 3,000m final as it will be a tremendous one. Bernard Lagat goes for World indoor title #3 in a row, but he'll have his hands full with Ethiopian 5,000m silver medalists Hagos Gebrhiwet and Dejen Gebremeskel, not to mention Calib Ndiku, who trounced Lagat earlier this year, and fierce American rival Galen Rupp.

Womens 1,500m Final: Abeba Aregawi Dominates For Gold, Treniere Moser Misses The Medals, Heather Kampf Falls

Abeba Aregawi went out and crushed the field. There have now been 3 DQs after the race. Moving Canada's Nicole Sifuentes to bronze and Treniere Moser to 4th (and back to 5th after an appeal).
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