Day 5 Morning Session: Disaster for Alysia Montaño and Close Calls for BMart and Ludlow; All 3 Americans Through to Men’s 5,000 Final

Montaño went down with 200 to go in her heat and her protest was unsuccessful so she'll sit out the semis and final. Molly Ludlow was only sixth but her heat was by far the fastest on the day and she made it in on time (2:00.70) while Brenda Martinez had to work for it in the final 100 after being boxed in. Ben True comfortably grabbed an auto qualifier in heat 1 of the 5,000 while Ryan Hill and Galen Rupp made it on time in a much faster heat 2.

Negative Split, No Problem: The King Is Far From Dead - David Rudisha Wins Third Global Title With 24.36 Final 200

Like London 2012, Rudisha led wire-to-wire, but he came through 400 almost five seconds slower (54.17). He ran a big negative split (51.67 final 400) to win over Poland's Adam Kszczot in 1:45.86, while Amel Tuka earned Bosnia & Herzegovina's first-ever medal by taking the bronze. 

RRW: Convincing Semi-Final Wins for Both Rudisha and Dibaba

Mens 800 Semis: Amos and Aman go home early, David Rudisha most certainly stays and the amazing year of Clayton Murphy comes to an end

Recap: Everything You Need to Know About the Saturday AM Session at Worlds

Evan Jager survived a huge, huge scare on a very good morning session from the Americans as Clayton Murphy filled in admirably for Nick Symmonds to keep his dream 2015 going. All 4 American advanced in the women's 1500m as did druggie Tatyana Tomashova which got some comment from Jenny Simpson.

Day 1 Interviews from 2015 IAAF World Championships

Hear what the world's best had to say following the first session at the 2015 IAAF World Championships

Men's 800 Preview: A Terrific Showdown Between the Big Three of Mo Aman, Nijel Amos & David Rudisha

The last time David Rudisha, Nijel Amos and Mo Aman raced at a global chamionships, King David mesmerized the world with a 1:40.91 WR. Track fans have had to wait 3 years for the rematch. Which of the Big 3 will win? Or could it be upstart Amel Tuka?

800 Semis: US #1 Boris Berian Goes Home, Nick and Duane Are Back Ready to Rumble, and What a Women's Final We Have

Don't Have The 2015 IAAF World Championships Standard? Don't Worry About It -- You Can Still Go to Worlds (Particularly If You Are American)

If you are an American fan dreaming of Beijing (or one of his fans) but don't have the standard, don't worry about it. For example, research by LetsRun.com shows men running as slow as 3:39 and women as slow as 4:12 for 1500 would right now make it into Worlds as the IAAF is going to fill the fields up to 48 for the 800 and 45 for the 1500 and steeples.

Event Schedule

RaceDateESTCST
Quarterfinals08/10/13 11:20pm11:20am
Semifinals08/11/13 7:35am7:35pm
Final08/13/13 9:10am9:10pm

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