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Six women ran under 4:32 with Oiselle's Angel Piccirillo second in 4:30.65. Washington State's Colton Johnsen won the men's 3000 in 7:53.18.

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One Year After The Trials - We Catch Up With The US Olympians

Rupp talks about the adjustments he's made under coach Mike Smith, Tuliamuk wants to run now but is being told to wait two more weeks, plus updates from Molly Seidel and Jake Riley.

MB: Galen Rupp isn't afraid to admit he's dreaming BIG, "I want to win [Olympic gold]. There’s no ifs, ands or buts about it."

"The objective for this season for me is to be able to medal [in the Olympic marathon]....I’m trying to get myself into -- 2:20 or sub-2:20 shape going into Tokyo, and I think if I am in that kind of shape, my chances are pretty good at medaling."

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Holloway just finished the greatest indoor hurdling season ever in style - with a 7.29 world record. Perhaps more amazingly, he's never lost a 60-hurdle race in his life over 42" barriers as he extended his win streak to 41 in a row.

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This Week's Podcast

What a show. We recorded this right after Grant Holloway's WR. Our featured guest is Ben True who tells us how he just ran a 26+ second pb of 27:14 at age 35. Yes, the shoes helped but True reveals he's become rejuvenated by paying Dan Curts $20,000 a year to train with him. Plus is a marathon in True's future?
*MB: The Ben True pod - An amazing listen. True reveals he pays Dan Curts $20k a year to train with him

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Good Mid-Distance Reads

Centro talks about a number of topics including Tokyo 2020, learning the stock market building a gaming PC, and some interesting details on how his training has changed under Jerry Schumacher.

Covid-19 Can't Keep Us Down Forever
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Kenyan Uupdates

3 can run. Men: Kipchoge, Amos Kipruto (world bronze), Boston champ Lawrence Cherono, Valencia champ Vincent Kipchumba. Women: Brigid Kosgei, World champ Ruth Chepngétich, half champ Peres Jepchirchir and Vivian Cheruiyot.

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