A good run-down of the top USA results from the weekend for anyone who wasn't reading the LRC homepage the past few days.
Steenkamp has an impressive story as it was just 2016 when she had to relearn how to walk after having surgery to remove an extra bone in her ankle.
One of them goes back to 2010 when David Rudisha ran a 1:42.02 meet record beating out Abubaker Kaki (1:42.23).
Swimmers aren't allowed to compete with fins on. We have no idea why Paralympians are allowed to compete against able bodied athletes. If they want to do it as an exhibition, we are all for it but this is getting ridiculous.
Koech, who beat NCAA record holder Michael Saruni twice at conference, has opted for the 800, not the 1500, at NCAAs that's where his passion is.
Taylor, who grew up playing soccer with boys describes herself as a 'vicious' as a child, is 1 of 13 foreigners on the team and they are getting 6 more for next year.
They are seeded 3rd - 4 points out of 1st - but easily could win if Arianna Washington, the 2016 NCAA 100 and 200 champ, returns to form but she's not projected to score.
Knight admitted that the criticism from the Bowermans and Steve Prefontaine's sisters has been disappointing and hard to take.
Could the Norwegian record go down? The record is 27:32. Moen has a 27:55 road 10k PB and Wanders' is 28:02.
Collier: "This was a much bigger mental battle against myself. I realized I could go out and run against all those other women."
Former Oregon coach Peter Thompson: "We're not against the renovation at all... The university right now is not working with the community. We don't need something sleek and glitzy - we need something Eugene."
He should get say, but it's at a public university on their property and will affect thousands of athletes and fans for years to come. It should not just be his call.