Let's Hope He's Still Optimistic

"History has a big place in my heart. It is not easy to achieve three Olympic titles, and it will be great if I can do it. I have been thinking about it a lot."

- Kenenisa Bekele talking optimistically about becoming the first man in history to win three Olympic 10,000 titles prior to getting spanked in the 3,000 in a fantastic Samsung Dimaond League opener in Doha.

Diamond League Begins Friday In Doha *Results *LRC Recap *MB: Discussion *IAAF Recap

Doha: LRC LetsRun.com's Recap Of Doha 2012: The Samsung Diamond League Starts Off In Style If all the meets this year are as good as this one, we're going to have an incredible Olympics. Asbel Kiprop went sub-3:30 for the first time ever and lost to Silas Kiplagat, a race was perfectly designed for Vivian Cheruiyot to lose and she won, Kenenisa Bekele looked average, Paul Koech tore up the steeple, and Pamela Jelimo may have a new challenger. American stalwarts LaShawn Merritt and Allyson Felix impressed, and Americans Russell Brown and Molly Beckwith did what they wanted in the distances.

Flash Recaps Included In Overall Recap:
Men's 1,500: Fabulous Start To 2012: Silas Kiplagat Wins As Asbel Kiprop Finally Breaks 3:30 As He Nearly Gets Knocked Down
The men's 1,500 started off with a bang with the World #1 and World #2 colliding, racing all the way to the line, and running faster than anyone in all of 2011.
LRC Men's And Women's 3ks: Bekele Is Well Beaten, Vivian Cheruiyot Finds A Way To Win
We want you to read our full recap up top, but if you're pressed for time, Kenny B was well beaten in the 3,000 and we were left wondering when Vivian Cheruiyot will be beaten again.

*IAAF Recap:
Middle Distance Magic Highlights
*Doha Stats - Gatlin's Is Fastest 100m By American Ever In Early May
*Doper Justin Gatlin Talks Big After Win: "I want everyone to know Justin Gatlin is back and I want the Olympic title." "You've got to take track and field as a soap opera with spikes on."

Bekele "History has a big place in my heart. It is not easy to achieve three Olympic titles, and it will be great if I can do it."
*What is Asafa Powell's True Legacy? Underachieving on the big stage is our best guess.

Doha Flash On The Boards:

News From Over The Pond

Also This Weekend:

Prague Marathon: Mary Keitany's Training Partner 2:21 Marathoner Lydia Cheromei Ready For Prague

Puerto Rico: Preview Of Ponce Puerto Rico Meet: Dayron Robles Takes On World Champ Jason Richardson


Next Weekend: Liu Xiang Vs. Jason Richardson + Keninisa Bekele At 5,000 Will Highlight Next Week's Shanghai DL Plus some great mid-d action including Asbel Kiprop vs. Lewandowski and World champions Alfred Kirwa Yego and Mbulaeni Mulaudzi at 800m and Genzebe Dibaba vs. Janeth Jepkosgei at 1,500.
May 20: Haile G. &. Patrick Makau To Clash At Bupa Great Manchester Run
*Sanya Richards-Ross Running 200, Dwain Chambers, Walter Dix 150 At Street Meet Next Week In Manchester

June 2nd: A Look At The Great Mid-D Action That Will Take Place At Pre Classic A great men's 800 with 5 WC finalists including Kaki, Amam and Americans N. Symmonds and KD. Jenny Simpson, Anna Pierce, Shannon Rowbury and NCAA ace Sheila Reid at 1,500.
*Pre 800/1,500 Field Released: Nick Symmonds, KD Taking On Mohamed Aman, Yuri B, Mulaudzi; Jenny Simpson, Anna Pierce In Women's 1,500
*Behind The Scenes With Paul Swangard, The Voice Of Hayward Field

June 9th:
Dayron Robles To Makes 1st US Appearance On June 9th At adidas Grand Prix He'll face Jason Richardson, David Oliver and Aries Merritt. *Robles ""I am very fired up to run in New York."

UAE Healthy Kindey 10k Is This Weekend In Central Park

Bobby Curtis Is Purposely Not Racing Much Early This Year But He's Certainly Paying Attention To His Fellow Competitors' Races He will race this weekend in Central Park at the UAE Healthy Kidney 10k. "I'm definitely paying attention. I know who has the 'A' standard and I know who's close."

Ben. St. Lawrence - Former Partier & Fat Guy - Is Also Running UAE
St. Lawrence has lost 50 pounds since his fat days. "A reporter once asked me if the media overstated how hard I partied when I was younger. I told him that, if anything, it was understated. I was completely off the rails. One morning I woke up with my head in a cooler in a house I didn't know, with gravel under my lips and bruises all over my body. I thought, 'What am I doing to myself?' and decided to try to become a normal person again. Not an athlete, just a normal person."

Gearing Up For The Olympics

Lots Of Pro Action *Jamaica Invite Results *Photos *Video

Usain Bolt 9.82 Opener! Sanya Richards-Ross Beaten Usain Bolt showed he should be a force in 2012 as he blasted the field. In other action, Novlene Williams-Mills ran 49.99 to upset Sanya Richards-Ross in the 400 (50.11), Yohan Blake ran 19.91, and Carmelita Jeter ran 10.81. *IAAF
Video And Flash Recap Of Jamaica Invitational And Bolt's 9.82 100m Opener Ben Bruce won the steeple and AJ Nation ran the 1,500 and was in the steeple too, as Hilary Stellingwerff won the 1,500.
*Do You Like Rap? An Usain Bolt Rap
*Jamaica's Kimberly Williams Hits TJ "A" Standard At Jamaican Invitational
On The Boards:
Bolt 9.82 at 2012 Jamaica Invitational
Brigette Foster Hilton 12.51 in 100h!!!

In Bad Weather, Liu Xiang Opens In 13.09, Allyson Felix Runs 11.22, Amantle Montsho Runs 50.52
*Recap Of Last Week's Japan Track Action: Paul Tanui Runs 13:19 5k And Jairus Kipchoge A World-Leading 8:18 Steeplechase

Remember This Name - Dennis Kimetto:
Dennis Kimetto Breaks 25km World Record In Berlin In the last 3 months, Dennis Koech has become Dennis Kimetto and gotten 10 years older. He is the same guy, is a training partner of Geoffrey Mutai, and he is a huge talent. He's 3 for 3 in races outside of Kenya with this win.
Germany: Bekele Goes To The Marathon ...
TUI Hanover Marathon, Two Super-Tight Finishes As Tamrat Bekele, Bekele's Brother, Runs 2:11:11 In Debut

Oxy Invitational Results:
Jason Richardson Runs 13.30, Felix Sanchez 45.34, Ryan Bailey 10.01
Oxy Inv. 800: Brenda Martinez Beats Alice Schmidt

Kenyan Prison Champs: Kiprop & All 1,500 Runners Watch Out:
Silas Kiplagat Runs 1:44.8 In Kenya updated The IAAFand tilastapaja didn't even list an 800 PR for the guy.
Day 1:
Silas Kiplagat Runs Fastest 800m Of Day (1:47.1) In Pouring Rain Isaac Korir won the 10k (28:25) over Africa XC champ John Mwangangi.
The Usually Cocky Silas Kiplagat Taking On A More Humble Tone "I cannot say that I'm the best, I'm not the best, there are emerging athletes."
*IAAF: Kenya Dominates Youth Meet: 3k Won By Kenyan Boy In 8:06 They also dominated in the sprints.

Pro Distance News

Korir Running Chicago
LRC Wesley Korir: From #T248 To #1 At Chicago
The first time Wesley ran Chicago (photo here), he paid his entry fee like everyone else and started with the masses. Now 4 years later he's returning as the Boston Marathon champ. Learn more about Wesley (he hopes to be a US citizen soon) and how the late Sammy Wanjiru inspired Wesley to be a champion.

Stanford/Stanford Reaction *LRC Men's Recap *LRC Women's Recap *Full Results *Stanford Invite Photos

Alan Webb In San Jose Paper: "I almost try not to compare myself to what I did in the past ... I know that it's there. I know I can still do it."

In Case You Missed It: LRC
Men's Recap: One Of The Most Exciting Men's 5,000s We've Ever Seen; Alan Webb Doubles; And Chris Derrick And Cam Levins Battle It Out With Sam Chelanga

LRC Women's Recap: Anna Pierce Is Back!!! Betsy Saina And Sally Kipyego Impress As Deena Kastor Returns Impressively But Comes Up Short

Penn Relays *Penn Results (And Photos Of Each Race) *Drake Results *Penn Video

LRC Nick Symmonds Runs 1:44.0, Leo Manzano Outkicks Bernard Lagat To Highlight 2012 Penn Relays Distance Action Nick Symmonds soloed a 1:44.0 800m in impressive fashion to run away from Khadevis Robinson, who opened his 2012 season with a 1:44.9 in the DMR. All that did was give Bernard Lagat a big lead which he coughed up to Leo Manzano. Plus, Oregon, Princeton and Penn State (with Robby Creese on the anchor) all get their second Penn titles of 2012.
*US Dominates Relays At Penn AP Recap
*Madison, Felix, Knight, & Jeter Go 42.19 @ Penn!
*Asafa Powell At Penn For Sponsors, Not To Run
Lagat: "I felt that my legs were a bit heavy."
*Nick Symmonds: "I said if I'm going to come all the way here, I might as well throw one down" + Oregon's Anne Kesselring Gets Performer of Meet Post-race interview with Nick here.

Penn Saturday On the Boards:

Kenyan Olympic Team Named

Kenyan Olympic Marathon Team Announced: Makau AND Mutai Left Off The Kenyan Olympic Marathon team was announced (video here) and the AP is making a big deal of the World Record holder Patrick Makau being left off. The big news in our minds is the world's best marathoner in 2011, Geoffrey Mutai, being left off in favor of Mosop Mosop (and Abel Kirui). The women's team was the top 3 in London, although Employee #1 was surprised Boston Champ Sharon Cherop was left off.
*IAAF *Athletics West
Discuss: The Kenyan OG Marathon Squad Revealed
*World Record Holders Not Chosen For Olympic Team

Women's 2012 London Is History *Top Results *Live Splits *Video Highlights *Mary Keitany Photo Gallery From Kenya *Getty Images Photos From Kenya

LRC  Mary Keitany Runs Fastest Final 10km In Marathon History To Repeat & Become The #3 Performer In History The Kenyans certainly came to play when it was time to battle it out for the title and London Olympic spots, as they went 1-2-3-4-5, but in the end, everyone was left talking to about Keitany, who used a 5:07 23rd mile and 4:59 24th mile to pull away from world champion Edna Kiplagat and mark herself as the Olympic favorite.

On The Boards: *Live Update Thread *
Kenyan Olympic team

Non-London Marathon News

Meet Glenn Randall
LRC The Story Behind Glenn Randall (The Guy Who Led Boston) Who was that dude leading the first 10k of the Boston Marathon? Believe it or not, he's an NCAA champion (in another sport). LetsRun.com talks to the guy who made the first 10k of the marathon entertaining. His frontrunning was no stunt and has paid off big time in the past. This time it resulted in a 2:37:13 61st place finish.

Boston Marathon Monday *Men's Results/Splits *Women's Results Splits *Winners Photo Gallery *Video Highlights

Recommended: Excellent Post By Science Of Sport On Boston Conditions: The Surge Between 25 And 30k And The Sun Did The Leaders In We'll have more LRC analysis but this post does an excellent job of explaining what happened. Also read this post that explains why telling people to over-prepare for the heat may not be the best idea. And only 427 people deferred to next year's race.

RRW: Wesley Korir Comes From Behind For Shock Victory Korir, the former University of Louisville, Ron Mann-coached athlete was 57 seconds behind the leaders with less than five miles to go. Then the heat took its toll on leader Levy Matebo and Korir stormed to victory in 2:12:40 as American Jason Hartmann used a similar tactic to get 4th in 2:14:31. The winner was nearly 10 minutes slower than last year. Crazy.
Top Results/Splits *Winners Photos *Video Highlights

High School Big News

17-Year-Old High Schooler Cayla Hatton Runs 33:17 10,000m Olympic Trials "B" Qualifier The prodigy only started running full-time this year. Now she's putting up a time that would make her 5th in the NCAAs last year. Truly ridiculous. The time is so fast some were wondering if it was a lap short, but this video proves it's legit and shows she ran every lap (16:30-16:46).
*A Q&A With HS Prodigy Cayla Hatton Two years ago, she was in awe of Kara Goucher and asking for her autograph. Now she'll be racing against people like her at USAs in the 10k.  

UAE Healthy Kidney 10k On Saturday

LRC: One Of These Men Will Win $25,000 In Central Park On Saturday (A Diamond League Victory Is Only Worth $10,000) The US men's Olympic Marathon team of Meb Keflezighi, Ryan Hall and Abdi Abdirahman is competing, but someone like former Iona star Leonard Korir miht make a ton in his first pro race.

Meb, Abdi, Ryan Go To The Empire State Building
LRC: Ryan Hall Talks Olympic Marathon Atop The Empire State Building
Prior to Saturday's UAE Healthy Kidney 10,000m with a $25,000 first prize, the US men's Olympic Marathon team of Meb Keflezighi, Ryan Hall and Abdi Abdirahman talked to the media on Thursday atop the Empire State Building. Employee #1 talked Olympic Marathoning with Ryan Hall. Read all about it.

Olympic Trio In Empire State Of Mind

Week In Review

LRC WTW: Lopez Lomong Is No Niyongabo, Wheating, Webb And Ulrey, Changing Names, And Changing The DMR Order We take you back and review the last week in the track and field world. We look at the debuts of Andrew Wheating and Dorian Ulrey and thanks to a LRC emailer take another look at Lopez Lomong being the next Venuste Niyongabo.

Random Links We Enjoyed

Off -The-Track News

Sprint News

Yohan Blake 1 - Usain Bolt 0
Cayman Invitational: IAAF Recap Blake's 100 was the big news but Carmelita Jeter ran 11.04, Novlene Williams-Mills won again, William Claye won and more.
MB Yohan Blake Runs 9.84 Since Usain Bolt ran 9.82 last weekend, many may think the scorecard reads Usain Bolt 1, Yohan Blake 0. But we point that adjusting for wind, Blake ran 9.86 and Bolt ran 9.90. *Race Video *Article *More MB

David Rudisha Vs. Usain Bolt At 400? Both Promise To Run 4 X 400 At Olympics
Bolt will do it if Jamaica can win gold and Rudisha will do it if Kenya makes the final.

"I need to win ... and run fast" - Usain Bolt charts route to legendary status
*Gatorade Chooses Usain Bolt To Lead Its Global Ad Campaign
*Usain Bolt Ad In Britain Banned For Being Misleading

CliffsNotes, Anyone?
Dutch Journalist Has Completed 288-Page Book On Sammy Wanjiru's Mysterious Death
The Dutch version of "Death Runner - The tragic end of Olympic marathon champion Samuel Wanjiru" is out now - English version coming soon.

Caster Semenya II?

Is She A He? Furor Erupts Over Athlete's Gender At East African Track Champs "As Kenya won the 2012 East African Youth Athletics Championships over the weekend, the Semenya phobia gripped athletics fans at Namboole when a Kenyan 800m gold winner was mistaken for a male. The muscled and flat-chested Sheila Chepngetich led from the start of the two-lap race to finish in a time of 2:07:14. Because of her style of running, some fans started expressing doubt on whether she was really a girl."
*2nd Article With Addtional Photo Here

Random But Potentially Interesting

Excellent News: 2004 Olympic Drug Samples May be Retested Rashid Ramzi was busted in '08 when his sample was tested for CERA.

Distance Profiles

Recommended Read: Excellent Look At Masters Ace Kevin Castille Castille was sexually abused as a kid and was a former drug dealer. He finally quit feeling sorry for himself for the cards dealt to him in life and now he is rewriting the US master's record books.
*Pete Magill 15:11 5k At 50

Boston Globe Feature On Shalane Flanagan And Her Jump To The Marathon The Boston Marathon inspired her as a kid.

Sprint/Field News

Duke Twilight *Duke Results *Duke 800 Video

Duke Twilight: LRC Michael Rutt Wins The Robby Andrews, Alan Webb, Curtis Beach 800m Showdown Rutt outkicked Andrews for the win. The win may be a shock to some, but Rutt had the fastest time in 2012 of anyone in the field and was a finalist at the World Indoors. Alan Webb ran 1:51 and Curtis Beach was a non-factor. Story, race video, and results.
On The Boards:
Rutt Wins 1:46.86, Webb 1:50, Andrews 1:47.11

Some Good Interviews And Other Interesting Stuff

Christchurch's Queen Elizabeth II Stadium, Home Of 1974 Commonwealth Games, Will Be Torn Down Due To Damage From Last Year's Earthquake

US Weekend Action *Oregon Twilight Results *Twilight Photo Gallery *Twilight Video *More Collegiate

Oregon Twilight: Andrew Wheating Returns With 3:44.97 Win Over Dorian Ulrey Wheating got the win over former World Championships team member Dorian Ulrey in windy conditions. Video of last lap on right of homepage, full race here. Tommy Skipper no-heighted and Jordan Hasay ran 4:19.90 and 2:08.32.
More On Wheating's Win Here

Oregon Twilight On the Boards:
Wheating opens with 3:44.97
Franek runs 9:39.37 steeplechase WL
HASAY doubles? 4:19.90 and 2:08.32
Pre-Race Profile:
Bridget Franek Wants To Make Olympic Final In Steeple

Lilac Bloomsday:
Kenya's Allan Kiprono, Ethiopia's Mamitu Daska Take Bloomsday Titles Janet Cherobon-Bawcom was second overall 57 seconds behind Daska. *Results

Remember Him?
German Fernandez Runs 3:43.88 Two weeks ago, he ran 3:46.32. Now he's down to 3:43.88. Coach Dave Smith said Fernandez "looked the best he's looked in a long, long time. ... He competed well ... and is kind of starting to look like the old German Fernandez."
*Message Board Thread Here

Sad News For Chris Solinsky Fans

Chris Solinsky Will Not Enter The 2012 US Olympic Trials "I tore 90% of my hamstring off my pelvis. I'm going to have to bag it this year and swallow the hard pill that it's not going to happen. It's a matter of my body not responding."
*LRC Message Boarders Do It Again: Solinsky Pulls Plug on 2012
*Quick Interview From Before Announcement He also talks about how if he bumps into the rival Oregon Project guys on a run, they'll run together.

Diego Estrada Update

LRC Diego Estrada Would Have Been Eligible To Run Olympic Trials Diego Estrada, the recent American citizen and NAU redshirt junior, ran the second-fastest time ever by an American collegian at 10,000m on Sunday. Afterwards, he declared he'd be running at the Olympics for Mexico. One of the reasons he cited for his decision was that he wasn't eligible to run the US Olympic Trials. Turns out that was incorrect, as Diego was given erroneous information.

Men's 2012 London Is History *Top Results *Live Splits *Video Highlights *Getty Images Photos From Kenya

LRC A New #1: Wilson Kipsang Destroys One Of Greatest Marathon Fields In History In his first marathon major, Kipsang certainly wasn't scared of the bright lights, as he did something unheard of in major marathoning in the year 2012. He took off before halfway and used a 14:09 fifth 5km to obliterate the lead pack, as a 1:02:12 halfway wasn't fast enough for him, and he went to earn the largest margin of victory in 30 years, while Martin Lel was second. We recap it and speculate as to who gets the Kenyan Olympic spots and tell you why a DNF in our minds is a positive for someone's Olympic hopes.

LRC Meet Wilson Kipsang: "If I had to compare him to an NFL quarterback, I'd compare him to Peyton Manning."

Alberto's Book On Sale Now, Buy It From Our Partner Amazon And Support LRC

Great Read If You Didn't Read It Yesterday: Alberto Salazar Unplugged - Part II This interview with Amby Burfoot is great. From Ritz's struggle in the marathon, to Ritz's form change, to Alberto's competitive relationship with Jerry Schumacher, to Galen Rupp's marathon future and, to Alberto's biggest regrets, Amby Burfoot leaves no question unasked and Alberto doesn't shy away from any of them and talks about Rupp running 12:45 and in the 26:20s.
*Part I: Alberto's Book & The "Duel In The Sun"
An Incredible Amby Burfoot Interview With Alberto Salazar

Khannouchi's Retirement

LRC Carey Pinkowski Reflects On Khalid Khannouchi's Career: "He Was The Absolute Best I've Ever Seen" The Chicago marathon director talks about the man who made his name in the Windy City. Plus quotes from London Marathon director Dave Bedford and a tweet from Ryan Hall.

LRC Marathon Legend Khalid Khannouchi Officially Retires Khalid Khannouchi, one of the greatest marathoners of all time, has told LRC that he is officially retiring from competitive running. Khalid helped revolutionize the sport of marathon running, setting two world record in the span of three years, including his final one at the "Greatest Marathon Ever Run" - the 2002 London Marathon matchup that featured Khannouchi, Paul Tergat and Haile Gebrselassie.

    Inspiring: Gabriele Anderson Has Survived Cancer, Now She Wants To Make US Team At 1,500m

    Lend A Hand: Paralyzed High School Track Athlete Needs Your Clicks

    An Old Sprinter: 39-Year-Old Danny McFarlane Hoping To Make Jamaican Olympic Team In Hurdles

    Big 10, PAC-12, IC4A, SEC Meets Are This Weekend *Championship Central Results Here

    PAC-12: *Results *Can Hayward Field Magic Lead Oregon Men To 6th Straight PAC-10 Title?
    *Oregon Women, Arizona State Men Are Favored At PAC-12s
    *Mike Berry Focused First On PAC-12 Title, Then Trying To Make Olympics In 400
    *Oregon Women Huge Favorites At PAC-12s
    *Jessica Pixler (Tebo) Is Very Pleased She Chose Colorado For Grad School She got a husband, grad degree, Olympic "A" standard and 6th year out of the deal.
    *Excuses For Oregon Men Starting To Come OutTheir quest for a 6th straight conference title is in doubt as Mac Fleet is out.

    Big 10: *Results *Wisco's Mo Ahmed's 27:34 Broke The Longest Big 10 Record On The Books - Craig Virgin's 27:59 From 1976 Ahmed will run Big 10s this weekend, which Wisco hasn't won outdoors since 2007.

    Big 12: *Results *Big 12 Conference Report, Day 1: Aggies And Cyclones On Top After Day One

    IC4A/ECAC *Results

    Idaho Men, Utah State Women Win WAC Champs Nothing like a 4-team men's championships.

    Eight Days Of Glory

    LRC Eight Days Of Glory Surprise: Kenyan Olympic Marathon Team Analysis The marathon world has turned upside down in 2012, as the six best marathoners in the world in 2011, all from Kenya, have run their spring marathons and only one, Wilson Kipsang, came out on top. The Kenyan Olympic team of Kipsang, double World Champ Abel Kirui, and Moses Mosop is not the team that would have been selected at the end of 2011. Emory Mort, author of the 8 Days of Glory Series, tries to make sense of it and he looks at the Kenyan and American medal chances in London.

    LetsRun.com Track/Training Talk
    32 Minutes With Diego Estrada And NAU Coach Eric Heins (Listen Below Or Download Here)

    Michael Rutt > Robby Andrews Vs. Alan Webb Vs. Curtis Beach (More Here)

    Another Steeple Fail (Getting Picked Up By USA Today Blogger)

    We Never Posted These: Paula And Haile G In Vienna

    Virgin London Marathon Photos

    Updated Boston Photos (Now With Many More Men's And Women's Photos)

    Interesting Read

    Bekoji, Ethiopia: Town Of Runners By now many of you have heard of Iten, Kenya - the tiny town where many Kenyan stars train. The Ethiopian town of Bekoji may be even more impressive, as it is where Kenenisa Bekele (3 Olympic golds), Tirunesh Dibaba (2 Olympic golds), Derartu Tulu (2 Olympic golds), and Fatuma Roba (1 Olympic gold) were all born. Lengthy Guardian profile on the town and its unheralded coach Sentayehu Eshetu. A movie on the town - "Town of Runners" - comes out later this month.
    *Bekoji Photo Gallery

    Alberto Salazar's Book Released And Endurance Now On DVD

    More London

    Employee #1 Goes To Kenya
    LRC Meet Mary Keitany The half marathon world record holder destroyed the best women's field in the world last year in London. Then on the hilly New York course, she went out faster than Paula Radcliffe during her world record before falling apart miserably. Now she has to qualify for the Olympics in London. Get to know Mary Keitany.
    *Keitany Photo Gallery *Getty Images Photos From Kenya

    LRC Meet Wilson Kipsang: "If I had to compare him to an NFL quarterback, I'd compare him to Peyton Manning." link fixed We share with you this unpublished segment on Wilson Kipsang from Employee #1's final piece in the 8 Days of Glory Series. Short segment with video interview with Kipsang overlooking the Rift Valley.

    LRC The Electrifying Abel Kirui The two-time World Champion has dominated non-rabbited races. Can he do the same in London on Sunday? Learn about his training and his set-up in Iten as he talks about phantom planets and more - from Employee #1's trip to Kenya.
    New: Renato Canova Talks About Abel Kirui (Video)

    Training Corner (More In The Training Forum)