2014 New Balance Indoor Grand Prix

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Boston, MA
February 8, 2014
Jenny Simpson, Mary Cain, Emma Coburn, Kim Conley

Jenny Simpson, Mary Cain, Emma Coburn, Kim Conley (click for prerace -photo gallery)

Erik Sowinski Gets 4x800 World Record

Erik Sowinski Gets 4×800 World Record (click for photo gallery)

This one lived up to the hype. The US All-Stars anchored by Erik Sowinski just held off Michael Rutt's NY/NJ Track Club team as both teams broke the previous world record. Recap, analysis and post-race video from the 4 x 800 record setters and Robby Andrews and Nick Symmonds.
The US All-Stars anchored by Erik Sowinski set the world record in the 4 x 800 just ahead of Michael Rutt's NY/NJ Track Club team that broke the previous WR as well. Tremendous race. Mary Cain improved her 1,000m world junior record, Jenny Simpson kicked a lap early in the 2-mile and missed the American record as a result, Nick Willis won the mile, and Galen Rupp dropped out with a minor injury, Kim Conley dominated the 2k, and Ryan Hill placed third in the 3,000 and showed he's the real deal. Post-Race Videos: Galen Rupp Dropped Out, Mary Cain WJR, Erik Sowinski After 4 X 800 World Record, Michael Rutt Just Misses, Jenny Simpson Kicked A Lap Early, Nick Willis Winner, Leo Manzano Last, Ryan Hill 8:35 *18 MORE Post-Race Videos
Mary Cain keeps rolling, Jenny Simpson entertained, Treniere Moser is going for it, Chanelle Price keeps improving and Kim Conley is crushing everyone. Analysis and video interviews.
Nick Willis won the mile as Galen Rupp dropped out and Leo Manzano got last place. Hagos G won the 3k, but the big news was Ryan Hill has officially arrived.

Recap Of NJ-NY Track Club Performances From The Weekend

The highlight was their runner-up finish to Duane Solomon's USA All-Star team in the 4x800 as both teams broke the previous WR.

Galen Rupp Excited To Take On North America's Best Milers - 4 Takeaways From Friday's Men's Press Conference

The four stars squaring off in the mile on Saturday revealed a little about themselves. Leo Manzano is self-coached, Galen Rupp discusses not going for the World record in the mile, Nick Willis and Lopez Lomong are ready to battle.

5 Takeaways From The 2014 New Balance Boston Indoor Grand Prix Women's Press Conference

What secrets did Mary Cain, Jenny Simpson, Kim Conley and Emma Coburn reveal on Friday? Find out - plus a quick update on Kara Goucher from coach Mark Wetmore.

Galen Rupp, Leo Manzano And Nick Willis Talk About Where They Keep Their Silver Medals

Kim Conley Says She Won't Do World Indoors, Is Focused On Running Fast 10,000 At Stanford

Emma Coburn talks prior to 2014 New Balance Indoor Grand Prix

Leo Manzano reveals he's now self-coached, hoping to represent USAs at 2014 World Indoors

Jenny Simpson talks about Genzebe Dibaba's World Record and her own fitness prior to 2014 New Balance Indoor Grand Prix

Mary Cain talks about Alexa Efraimson and a possible American record in the 1000 tomorrow

Jenny Simpson Ready To Run Only 2014 Indoor Race In Boston Tomorrow

RRW story.

2014 New Balance Indoor Grand Prix Men's Preview: Wow - What A Spectacular Men's Set Of Events

Saturday's 2014 New Balance Indoor Grand Prix features a spectacular men's set of mid-d and distance events. Seriously, it's hard to imagine a better set of men's fields this early in the year. Galen Rupp will take on the true milers in a fantastic men's mile that features three Olympic silver medalists, Ryan Hill and Sam Chelanga will battle with three 5,000 medalists in a stacked men's 3,000, and there is a world record attempt in the 4 x 800.

2014 New Balance Indoor Grand Prix Women's Preview: Mary Cain, Ajee Wilson, Kim Conley, Sally Kipyego, Jenny Simpson And The US's Top Milers All Race

Our preview of the women's action, which features a clash between teen phenoms Mary Cain and Ajee' Wilson in the 1,000, a women's 2,000 with Kim Conley, Shannon Rowbury, Morgan Uceny, Treniere Moser and others, and a women's two-mile where Jenny Simpson and Sally Kipyego renew their rivalry and try to hold off Ethiopia's Sentayehu Ejigu.

Galen Rupp Will Not Try and Break the World or American Record in the Mile Next Weekend

Rupp's world record attempt is off and instead his focus is on competing well in the mile this weekend in Boston.

Galen Rupp Running New Balance Indoor Grand Prix Mile On Saturday

Great news for track and field fans as Galen Rupp is now racing on live national television for the first time this year this Saturday at the NBIGP.

Olympic 5,000m Silver Medalist Dejen Gebremeskel, Cam Levins And Garrett Heath Added To Loaded 3K Field For Next Week's New Balance Indoor Grand Prix

Field includes Hagos Gebrhiwet, Sam Chelanga, Ryan Hill and Andrew Bumbalough. Also announced: Jenny SimpsonSally Kipyego and Jordan Hasay in the 2-mile, Lopez Lomong in the mile, Ajee Wilson vs, Mary Cain in the 1,000. *Full Start Lists

4X800 American Record Assault at New Balance Indoor Grand Prix Gets Even Better: Duane Solomon Joins the Mix

Duane Solomon, the second fastest American ever at 800, has decided to extend his indoor season and put together a 4x800 team to try and beat the American record in a clash vs the Nick Symmonds led Brooks Beasts team and the Robby Andrews led NJ-NY track club. The meet will be live on the NBC Sports Network next Saturday. Update: Duane's team has been announced and includes Erik Sowinski. *Discuss here

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