Boston marathon champ Yuki Kawauchi was just 9th in 2:14:51.
*Gold Coast Half: Sara Hall (69:27) and Laura Thweatt (70:17) both PRd at Sunday's Gold Coast Half Marathon
The Malindi Elmore coached athlete has PBs of 4:17.93 for 1500 and 9:54.40 for 2 miles, which set when she won the Brooks 2 mile.
US champs Noah Lyles, Sandi Morris and Shakima Wimbley are all skipping out on the July 14-15 event. Whoever thought this event would be the new big thing in track but scheduled it for the day after the Rabat DL and 5 days before Monaco is an idiot. We don't think promoting this thing at the expense of the DL is a good idea either.
Reece Prescod (10.06) wins the 100 over Zharnel Hughes (10.13) as Marc Scott wins a tactical 5000.
The 8:58 woman is looking forward to defending her U20 title in Finland next month.
"I think being over in America definitely distracts you from the UK pressures but being in America brings its own pressures because the level is ridiculous."
Harris is passing on his final year of eligibility, but will still train at Penn State and finish his degree next spring.
World bronze medalist Wojciech Nowicki won his 4th straight hammer competition with 76.89m, beating world champ Pawel Fajdek. Kenya swept the top-3 spots in the men's 1500 lead by Boaz Kiprugut (3:50.57).
Hughes says he is “setting myself up for my future” by working towards a commercial pilot’s licence alongside his track career.
Szewinska remains one of the most successful athletes in history with seven Olympic medals to her name from five Olympic appearances. *IAAF Tribute
But are they really? By our count, Americans have the three fastest times in the world this year.