2019 NCAA Indoors *Schedule & Start Lists *Broadcast Information *All LRC Coverage

The Inside Scoop From The Press Conference

LRC Grant Holloway Is Too Fast For His Own Good; Now He’s Attempting an Audacious NCAA Indoor Quadruple This weekend will Grant Holloway explode from NCAA megastar into a full-blown legend like Jesse Owens? Mike Holloway hopes so, ““If Grant’s not in shape to run a couple of 60’s and take four to six long jumps, then I haven’t done my job.”

LRC Answers to the Big Questions at 2019 NCAA Indoors: How to Build an NCAA Program, How to Win NCAAs, & Why Mondo Duplantis Didn’t Turn Pro Texas Tech coach Wes Kittley shares the secrets of how he’s built a national title contender from scratch and Florida coach Mike Holloway tells you how to actually win it all, ” You win championships with quality, not quantity…Just because you have 100 kids at the meet doesn’t mean that you have 100 kids that can score.”

LRC Team Preview: Wisconsin Win NCAAs with a Two-Man Team? And Can Anyone Stop the Arkansas Women? We don’t think Wisco will win and instead are projecting Texas Tech to win the first NCAA title in any men’s sport in school history.

LRC Weekly Exclusives

LRC Podcast Kejelcha Is King, Gregorek Joins Sub-3:50 Club, 2019 Euro Indoors, Tokyo, Wife Audio, Transgender Sport And “Scalping” We’ve got a big show for you this week which includes audio from Wejo’s wife as she watches the Tokyo marathon.

LRC WTW: Racing And Time Trialing Are Very Different, Laura Muir Is Dominant, And The Olympic Marathon Trials Will Be Hilly If you thought Kejelcha’s world record was all that happened last week, think again.

RIP News: David Rudisha’s Father Has Died

Less Than A Year Until The 2020 US Olympic Marathon Trials

RRW: Amy Cragg And US Marathon Champ Brogan Austin Win Road To Gold 8-Mile Road Race On Atlanta’s Marathon Trials Course Cragg ran 43:23 (5:25 pace) to win the “one-time test event” to win the women’s race easily while Austin ran 38:07 (4:46 pace) to beat out Jared Ward (38:17) and Parker Stinson (38:25). Both winners commented on how tough and hilly the course was.

New Zealand Has Its 1st Sub-4 HSer

MB: Sam Tanner runs 3:58 mile, headed to UW for next year

2019 NCAA Indoor Individual Previews *Schedule & Start Lists *Broadcast Information *All LRC Coverage

LRC 3K/5K Previews: Can Wisconsin’s Morgan McDonald & Alicia Monson Sweep All Four Distance Races? Or Will Grant Fisher, Jessica Hull, Or Someone Else Play Spoiler? We break down the longest individual races at NCAAs for you.

LRC 2019 NCAA DMR Preview: Why Every Men’s Team Won’t Win The DMR (& Why The Oregon Women Will) We break down the DMRs for the upcoming NCAA indoor champs by starting by telling you why each team won’t win.

LRC 800 Preview: Devin Dixon & Danae Rivers Try To Cap Stellar Seasons With Their First NCAA Titles We think Texas A&M’s Devin Dixon, who set the American collegiate record of 1:45.27 this year, and NCAA women’s 1,000m record holder, Penn State’s Danae Rivers, will be tough to beat in the 800s at NCAAs.

LRC Mile Preview: Ollie Hoare Favored To Win Men’s Title; Can Hannah Meier Complete A Comeback For The Ages In Wide-Open Women’s Race? Prior to this year, Michigan’s sixth-year senior Hannah Meier hadn’t PRed since high school. Yet she enters the NCAA mile as the #1 seed. Can she win it?

2019 Euros *Results

Laura Muir Completes Euro Indoor 3,000-1,500 Double With A Dominating Four-Second Victory In 4:05.92 Muir came through as the favorite, but on the men’s side the favorite lost as Jakob Ingebrigsten was beaten by Poland’s Marcin Lewandowski (3:42.84 to 3:42.23). Spain’s Alvaro de Arriba (1:46.83) and GB’s Shelayna Oskan-Clarke (2:02.58) won the 800s.

Euros Day 2

Day 2 Jakob Ingebrigtsen Cruises To European 3k Gold As Chris O’Hare Hipped Henrik For Silver Jakob ripped a 26.9 final 200 to win by more than a second.

  • IAAF Saturday Recap: Karsten Warholm And Jakob Ingebrigsten Dominate “Norway Night” World 400H champ Warholm won the 400m, equaling the European record of 45.05. Poland also had a solid day as they got wins from Pawel Wojciechowski in the PV (5.90m) and Ewa Swoboda in the 60m (7.09). Slovakia’s Jan Volko got the men’s 60m win in 6.61 as GB’s two-time defending champ Richard Kilty only managed 4th. Switzerland’s Lea Sprunger won 400m gold in a world-leading 51.61 and Italy’s Gianmarco Tamberi got HJ gold with 2.32m.
  • The Guardian: Chris O’Hare After Winning Euro 3000 Silver: “Jakob Ingebrigtsen is an animal.” O’Hare was satisfied with “splitting up the Ingebrigstens” in second, but fellow GB runner Andrew Butchart wasn’t happy with his 10th place finish: “I ran like an ass, a total dick.” In other distance action, GB’s Guy Learmonth was DQed for “taking out” Ireland’s Mark English in the semifinals.