International Weekend Road Results

Super Fast 3200s At Arcadia Invitational *Results

This Weekend’s Action *All NCAA Results

Non-Distance News

More Distance Stuff

Non-Distance News

USATF: What To Watch, When And Where In April

Tokyo 2020 News

Looking Ahead

Spring Is Here: Cherry Blossom 10 Miler *Results

Jemal Yimer Defends His Title (45:36) As Stanley Kebenei (46:00) Breaks Greg Meyer’s 35-Year-Old American 10 Mile Record At Cherry Blossom 10 Miler Yimer was challenged by Kenya’s Josphat Tanui, but beat him out by 2-seconds while Kebenei finished 4th. Kenya’s Rosemary Wanjiru won the women’s race with a CR 50:41. Emma Bates was the top American in 6th place (52:18).

Australian National Champs *Live Stream *Results

Some More Reporting From World XC

LRC Team LetsRun Aarhus Report: Read About Kelsey Bruce & Matt Crowe’s World XC Experience When I woke up last Monday morning, I had never heard of Kelsey Bruce or Matt Crowe. Five days later, I was cheering them on at the World Cross-Country Championships in Aarhus, Denmark.

LRC World XC Photo Essay: The Sights And Flavor Of World Cross Aarhus 2019

LRC Podcast: What Really Happened At World Cross-Country, Cheptegei Vs. Mo Farah, The Debut Of Team LetsRun + Emily Sisson Has Arrived Full details and show notes above or you can listen in the player below or your favorite podcast service.

The 5,000m Diamond League Debate

Random Running Reads

Ultra / Trail News

Distance News

Australian Champs Have Been Going On All Week

Week That Was

LRC WTW: 7 Final Thoughts About World XC + Emily Sisson Delivers Is Burundi on its way to being the newest East African distance power? How in the world did the US men lose to Tanzania? Plus Dom Scott went for it big time (and blew up big time) and a look back at Eliud Kipchoge‘s four runs at World XC.

News From Oregon

Boston Is In Less Than Two Weeks

Sprint Stuff

Doping News

LRC Abbott World Marathon Majors And Athletics Integrity Unit Announce Expanded Out-Of-Competition Testing And Investigation Program The WMMs are putting their money into keeping the sport clean. Others like agents and sponsors need to start joining them. *IAAF Statement  
*Discussion: Good Idea/Bad Idea: What if marathons/races required agents to pay back the percent of money they earned from dirty athletes?