2015 IAAF World Cross Country Championships

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Guiyang, China
March 28, 2015

Africa put on a clinic on how to run XC as Chris Derrick was the top non-African.
LRC Interviews: Sr. Men *Chris Derrick Talks After Finishing 24th
*Brett Robinson Talks After Finishing 28th
*Ryan Vail Talks After Finishing 34th
*Bobby Curtis Talks After Finishing 37th
*Geoffrey Kamworor, Muktar Edris And Bedan Karoki Respond When Asked What They Need To Do To Beat Mo Farah
Sr. Women: Sara Hall Talks After Finishing 20th
Jr. Boys: Justyn Knight And Conner Mantz Talk After Finishing 25th And 29th
*John Dressel Talks After Fnishing As Top American In 27th
Jr. Girls: Kaityln Benner Talks After Finishing 27th

The long trip to China proved to be well worth it. Have we finally found a rival worthy of Mo Farah?
Ethiopia won the team title as the US women led by Netsanet Gudeta, Sara Hallin 20th were 7th.

Geoffrey Kamworor, Muktar Edris And Bedan Karoki Respond When Asked What They Need To Do To Beat Mo Farah

Kaitlyn Benner talks after finishing 27th at the 2015 IAAF World Cross Country Championships

John Dressel talks after finishing 27th at the 2015 IAAF World Cross Country Championships

Sara Hall talks after finishing 20th at the 2015 IAAF World Cross Country Championships

Justyn Knight and Conner Mantz talk after finishing 25th and 29th at the 2015 IAAF World Cross Country Championships

Brett Robinson talks after he finished 28th at the 2015 IAAF World Cross Country Championships

Bobby Curtis talks after he finished 37th at the 2015 IAAF World Cross Country Championships

by LetsRun.com
March 28, 2015

Guiyang, China -- We caught up with American Bobby Curtis after he finished 37th at the 2015 IAAF World Cross Country Championships. Our interview with him is below.

 

Chris Derrick talks after he finished 24th at the 2015 IAAF World Cross Country Championships

Ryan Vail talks after he finished 34th at the 2015 IAAF World Cross Country Championships

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Rejoice, Chris Derrick Is Just Like You - A Running Nerd; The Course Is Awesome, Tough and Dry; and The IAAF Shafts Ethiopia

2015 World Cross Country Championships TV and Live Streaming Info

2015 World Cross Country Championship Preview Podcast

Led by Laura Thweatt The American Women Have a Great Shot at Another World XC Medal

We look at the USA women's chances (very good with much of Europe giving up) and have interviews with Sarah Hall and Jen Rhines in China.

Self-Focused Chris Derrick Is Ready To Lead Team USA and Challenge For Individual Medal

Rojo's World Tour Day #1: 33 Hours 41 Minutes 56 Seconds to Burger King and Budweiser and What Happens to the Kenyans if It Rains?

Our intrepid journalist Rojo is off to Guiyang China to cover World XC. On his last world tour, he rode camels in Jordan. In Guiyang installment #1 he breaks down his 33 hours 41 minutes and 56 seconds of travel, how rain will effect the Kenyans, and Burger King and Budweiser together.

2015 World Cross-Country Women's Preview: Kenyan Women Try To Win For The Fifth Straight Time

Kenya and Ethiopia have gone 1-2 in the women's race at 18 of the last 19 championships and appear likely to do so again in 2015. Can defending champ Emily Chebet of Kenya rebound from a 14th-place finish at the Kenyan Trials to claim her third World XC title?

Can Chris Derrick Lead The US To A Medal At The 2015 World Cross-Country Championships?

At the "Miracle on Dirt," the USA walked away with a silver 2 years ago. They are back at World XC trying to get on the podium. We break down their chances.

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