Diamond League Is Back Fri. And Saturday 2014 London Anniversary Games – Sainbury’s GP In Glasgow *Day 1 Full Results *Schedule / Results *Television And Streaming Info (Sat. 10am ET Sat.) *Day 1 Photos *LRC Meet Preview

LRC Glasgow Day 1 Distance Recap: Sifan Hassan Wins Again, Hagos Gebrhiwet Returns To Form, The Americans Struggle Mightily in the 5000 and Jordan Hasay PRs Jordan Hasay was dead last in the 1500 but was an American bright spot as she still PR’d by over 2 seconds. The American men struggled big time in the 5000. *Day 1 TV Photos

Yohan Blake is wheeled off the track in Glasgow in 2014

LRC Sprint/Field Ashton Eaton Celebrates, Yohan Blake Leaves in a Wheel Chair, McCorory over Richards-Ross, Big Throws by Americans, Alonso Edward is Back in Glasgow The sprint and field action was interesting to say the least.

Friday Glasgow Talk On The Messageboard: Official 2014 Glasgow DL Discussion Thread

1500: JORDAN HASAY with 3-sec PR over 1500m
5000: DOWN GOES LAGAT… to Cam Levins over 5000m!!!
*Lagat 13:27.08 is this it for him?
*LAGAT, LEVINS, MEAD, SOI, LONGOSIWA, ALAMIREW, ROP, etc. all racing in Glasgow on Friday!
Down goes Blake! Down goes Blake! Down goes Blake!
*Glasgow DL: Proof that Drug-Testing works
*Jamaican sprinters’ funk – off the sauce with JADCO’s feet to the fire?

US Distance News

International Distance Results *Morton Games Distance Results *Full Harry Jerome Classic Results

 NCAA Stuff 

RW Asks “Are Too Many Runners Eating Gluten-Free?” Gluten-free diets are popular, but few athletes on them have a medical diagnosis and nutritionists say that could be a problem.

Track And Field Stars Are Beautiful People

USATF DQ Report Analysis / We Refuse To Fall To The Holiday Weekend News Dump

LRCUSATF DQ Report Released: Did Alberto Salazar Have Undue Influence? We Still Don't Know

We wonder if it's normal for an official to tell a coach about a foul he admits he didn't see. Then we start to go off into la-la conspiracy land as we notice a key part of the report regarding Salazar shows up in a different font. To us, the whole report reads like a 5th grader's book report, not a report worthy analysis of a decision that (illegally) fixed the outcome of a national championship race.

Mid-D Stars In The News

  • Wilson_AjeeSF-USAout14Good Ajee’ Wilson Profile: Why Ajee’ Is A Winner “I used to race my mum every year. … It was huge to beat my mum for the first time. I can’t remember when I first beat her, but after I did she stopped racing me.” And for the record, her name is pronounced “ah-jhay.”

Pre Meet Glasgow News

LRC Meet Preview A Great Women’s 1,500, A Totally Loaded Men’s 5,000, Emma Coburn Chases The American Record And David Rudisha In The 800 So much good stuff it takes two days to get it in. Plus recent US champs Leo Manzano and Ajee’ Wilson in the men’s 1,500 and women’s 800.
*Rudisha at press conference: “I want to get the world leading time and to get close to 1:42.”
*IAAF Full Meet Preview A struggling Yohan Blake in the 100, Rudisha returns to UK for 1st time since his 1:40.91 800 WR.
*What About The Sport: Yohan Blake Apologizes For “Snubbing” Glasgow Commonwealth Games Blake and his manager said he had to “do what’s in his best interests.”
*UK’s Christine Ohuruogu And Adam Gemili Have Pulled Out Of Glasgow DL Ohuruogu doesn’t feel fit and Gemili is dealing with stiffness.
*Steve Cram’s “Ones To Watch In Glasgow”
*MB: CENTRO In Glasgow 800

 Next Week 

Monaco 800s And 1,500s Will Be Special – Kiprop Will Face WR And Kiplagat And Souleiman; Rudisha, Aman, Amos, And Solomon In 800 In other action, world 400m hurdles champion Zuzana Hejnova will race for the 1st time on the year, the women’s 100 is absolutely loaded and for just the 2nd time in history, 6 men with PRs of 2.40 or better will compete.
*Provisional Entry Lists
*MB: Check out the Monaco 200m (men) – – MOST INTERESTING sprint lineup of 2014 !

Weekly Recap – The Week That Was

LRCWeek That Was: Thou Shall Not Skip USAs, Medals For Emma And Evan, And Thou Shall Not Compare Matt Llano To Ryan Hall

This week we wonder if there is a skip USAs jinx, marvel at some amazing field eventers, get ready for World Juniors, tell the suits how to market our beloved sport better, praise a racewalker, dash the dreams of those who compare Matt Llano to Ryan Hall, and wonder why Nike seems to be embarrassed by the fact that elite runners are skinny.