2018 USATF Distance Classic – AKA Oxy *Results 

Centro had a good run, Leo did notLRC Matt Centrowitz Wins 1500, So Does Gregorek, Berian Struggles, Ce’Aira Brown Keeps Rolling: 2018 USATF Distance Recap Centro was only 5th in the 800, but he bounced back nicely in the 1500 for the win.

NOP Returns To Chicago 2018

Galen Rupp Will Return To Defend His Title At The 2018 Chicago Marathon Jordan Hasay will be back as well after her third place 2:20:57 run last year.
*MB: Breaking: Galen Rupp WILL defend his Chicago Marathon title in 2018

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Meet The Guy Who Has Run Sub-3 For 30 Straight Years But Ran 3:04 In Boston And Was Happy About It

Cucuzzella in the rain in Boston this yearLRC 30 Years Of Sub-3:00 Marathons: Despite A Setback In Boston, Mark Cucuzzella Is Looking To Extend An Epic Streak 51-year-old mark Mark Cucuzzella has run a sub-3 hour marathon for 30 straight years. One month ago in Boston, Cucuzzella ran his first marathon over 3 hours in his life and yet was happy with the result. “It’s a privilege and a pleasure to be out there if you have a busy day job … [Bad conditions mean] there [are] more war stories to tell. And you learn more from a race like that than [one run in] 50 degrees and a tailwind …”
*MB: Guy who has run sub-3 for 30 straight years reveals the secret – Don’t run hard as “running hard beats the shit out of you” 

The Week That Was Goes To College

Sydney McLaughlin for KentuckyLRC The Week That Was: NCAA Conference Madness, All Hail The SEC, A 15 Year Old Runs 1:47 And The Hotel 4 X 100 The quality of the NCAA track and field action in the year 2018 is insane. It’s so good that collegiate superstars like Michael Saruni (1:43 PR), Grant Fisher (NCAA 5k champ), Justyn Knight (NCAA XC & more) and Karissa Schweizer (NCAA XC & more) all suffered losses at their conference championships last week.

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What A Week

Galen Rupp all smiles on winning PragueLRC Rupp’s 2:06 In Perspective, Time For Clayton Murphy To Panic?, Making Sense Of Hyperandrogenism Rules And Pulling Trials From Mt. SAC Believe it or not, Galen Rupp is only the 88th-fastest marathoner of all time. Plus praise for Garrett Heath‘s range and 17-year-olds running fast.


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