The Americans Invade New York

The Americans in New York 2014

LRC The Americans Pumped And Ready For New York: Meb, Deena, Kara, Desi, Ryan Vail, & Luke Puskedra Talk About NYC 2014 The top Americans faced the media today and we talked to America’s stars about their goals for Sunday’s marathon. Text and video.

NYC 2014 Generating A Lot Of Great Reads *All Coverage

LRC 2014 New York City Marathon Men’s Preview: 2-Time Defending Champ Geoffrey Mutai Takes On Wilson Kipsang, Stephen Kiprotich And Meb It should be a great one.

What American Men Have Been Dreaming of Doing for 31 Years

LRC American Men’s Chances: Can Meb Do It Again? What About Ryan Vail Or Puskedra? Boston champ Meb Keflezighi is the big American name in New York. Ryan Vail (2:10:57 pb) and Nick Arciniaga (2:11:30 PR) will be looking to battle Meb for top American honors alongside debutants Luke Puskedra and Aron Rono.

LRC The Good, The Bad And The Ugly From Last Year’s New York City Marathon Broadcast On ESPN2 We take a look back at the first live national broadcast of the NYC Marathon in 25 years and give you our thoughts.

 Non-NYC Distance News 

Strange News

 High School XC News 

Our Weekly Recap – Better Late Than Never

WTW Don’t Believe Doug Logan, Mbulaeni Mulaudzi Dies Too Young, 40-Year-Old Aces, And Jeff Nelson (Not Austin Tamagno) Is Still The Fastest Ever At Mt. SAC This week, we tell you not to believe everything Doug Logan (or the NY Times) tells you, remember Mbulaeni Mulaudzi at his finest and recall his stunning victory over a totally stacked field in 2009, determine that Jeff Nelson, not Austin Tamagno, is still the greatest in Mt. SAC history, and much more.

TCS NYC Women (Full NYC Coverage Here)

Keitany celebrates the first of her two London Marathon titles in 2011

LRC Mary Keitany, 2nd-Fastest Marathoner Ever, Returns To The Marathon And NY To Take On 2-Time World Champ Edna Kiplagat And A Slew Of Challengers Keitany may be a Paula Radcliffe type talent, but she’ll have her hands full in NYC in her first marathon in two years with former double World Champ Edna Kiplagat and NYC champs Jelena Prokopcuka and Firehiwot Dado, plus 2013 runner-up Buzunesh Deba. Desiree Linden leads the American field, which also includes 41-year-old Deena Kastor (shooting for 2:25) and Kara GoucherLauren Kleppin and Annie Bersagel.

NCAA XC Conference Mania Begins *LRC NCAA Polls Open

8000+ Words LRC 2014 Ivy League Heps Men’s XC Preview: The Longest XC Preview In The History Of The World Last year, the Ivy League enjoyed unprecedented success as a conference. That all graduated. Who wins this year? It’s wide open and should be exciting.

LRC 2014 Heps Women’s Preview: Nationally-Ranked Princeton And Dartmouth Lead The Way Princeton and Dartmouth are #25 and #26 in the country and favored but it’s wide open if those two falter.

Liv Westphal is the individual favorite at ACCs

LRC ACCs Preview: Syracuse Men Could Nearly Be Perfect; Florida State Women Go For 7 Straight 

Edward Cheserek (457) and Kemoy Campbell (33) follow Kennedy Kithuka (632) near the 4-kilometer mark at the 2013 NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships (photo by David Monti for Race Results Weekly)

LRC PAC-12 Preview: Can Anyone Stop Colorado Or Cheserek? What About Shelby Houlihan Or The Oregon Women? The PAC-12 meet is the best XC conference meet in the country and we break it down for you.
On The Boards: Pac 12 Predictions

LRC XC Fan Polls: Who Are Your Top 10 In The Nation And In The Power Conferences? We want your votes.

 More NCAA Stuff 

 Discus News 

 Olympics / Worlds Bidding 

 Eugene 2019? 

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