Quote Of The Day:

– Former NFL lineman Alan Faneca, who dropped 100+ pounds to run a 3:56:17 at the New Orleans Rock ‘N’ Roll Marathon this past weekend. Faneca said, “I was very nervous about going from the slow long run pace to all of a sudden running 30-45 seconds faster.” Props to Faneca for training seriously for this thing and having a time goal. Next thing you know he’ll be posting here.


Ed Torres Reveals LA To Pay Athletes $100,000 Less Than Houston Would Have For 2016 Olympic Marathon Trials

LA, according to Torres, is offering $100,000 less in prize money for the Trials than Houston. If LA is such a great place to offer the Trials, shouldn't that mean more publicity, more sponsorship, and more $ for the athletes. What about the athletes?

Today’s Top Distance News

Saturday Live On NBC Sports Network 4:30-6pm Eastern *All NBIGP Coverage Here

Galen Rupp Running New Balance Indoor Grand Prix Mile On Saturday

Great news for track and field fans as Galen Rupp is now racing on live national television for the first time this year this Saturday at the NBIGP. It is also now official that Rupp will not try to break the American or world indoor record in the mile February 15 at Boston University.

 More US News: Alysia Montano Is Pregnant 

Dibaba 3:55.17 WR *Results *Video *MBoard Thread

Mo And The Marathon

 Paula Wants To Race Again 

Blazing DMRs Lead Friday’s NCAA Indoor Action

This Week

Craig Virgin Calls For More Transparency With Supplements/TUEs

LRCRunning Legend Craig Virgin Calls For More Transparency Revealing The Medications And Supplements Athletes Are On: "In Sight It Must Be Right"

Two-time World Cross-Country champion Craig Virgin has called for more transparency in the legal supplements/medications athletes may be taking. LRC spoke with Virgin on his comments and with Galen Rupp’s agent Ricky Simms about Virgin’s comments and the calls for more transparency. Plus, Simms tells LRC Mo Farah has never been on thyroid medication.

Kenyan News: Anti-Doping Task Force Is Broke

 Sochi 2014 

More International Results From Sunday

 Not-So-Super Sunday 

Un-American Quote Of The Day? Nick Symmonds Isn’t Going To Watch The Super Bowl “Apparently, it is called the ‘Super Bowl,’ and several hundred million people will sit down to watch it. I know I’m in the minority, but I must be honest: I couldn’t care less about this particular game or the sport of football in general.”

RRWLos Angeles To Host 2016 Olympic Marathon Trials

The 2016 Olympic Trials Marathon will be in Los Angeles. Reportedly, a USATF panel voted 5-0 to put the Trials in Houston, but that recommendation was ignored by USATF CEO Max Siegel. One big change, likely because of the panel favoring Houston, was the date of the LA Marathon (and the Trials) being moved to the middle of February, so athletes could double back to the Track Trials.
Discuss: Olympic Marathon Trials to Be in LA

Drug/Administrative News (Don’t Forget To Vote In Our Dirty/Clean Polls)

 NCAA Stuff 

 Not An Everyday Run 

Saturday’s US Track Action: Alexa Efraimson Breaks HS 3k Record *Results: *UW *Camel City *Penn State National *IU Relays *New Mexico *All Weekend NCAA Action

Let Us Introduce You To The Hottest Runner In The NCAA

LRC Will Geoghegan Q & A: The Secrets Of Going From 4:05 To 3:58 In The Mile Are Revealed Will Geoghegan‘s story shows not all track stars are born overnight – it just seems like it as he went from 4:05 to 3:58 last week. The Dartmouth senior is on a roll in 2014, leading the NCAAs in the mile, but it was not an easy ride to the top. Freshman year, he quit the Dartmouth team and was flunking his courses; now he’s going to have his pick of schools for his fifth year, unless he takes an LRC internship.
MB: Will Geoghegan to NOP?

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