Stockholm DL Sunday (10 AM – Noon ET) *TV & Streaming *Schedule & Results

LRC 2020 Stockholm DL Preview: Cheruiyot-Ingebrigtsen Rematch, Brazier Vs. Burgin In 800, & Obiri Vs. Muir In Women’s 1,500 And Warholm In 400H Another great Diamond League match-up. Meet is Sunday 10 – noon Eastern.

Big Friendly 5 *Results *Full Broadcast

Josh Kerr Wins Big Friendly 800m In 1:46.69; Ben Blankenship Takes 3,000m In 7:50.13 Kerr won handily over Drew Windle (1:49.63) while Matt Centrowitz was back in 4th (1:50.62). Chanelle Price time trialed an 800m with male pacers in 2:00.12 while Sam Prakel (3:39.05) and Eleanor Fulton (15:40.64) won the men’s 1,500 and women’s 5,000.

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2020 London Marathon Elite Fields Released
LRC Breaking Down The 2020 London Marathon Field Which Features 3 Of The 4 Fastest Men Ever The 2020 London Marathon field is out and it’s amazing as usual. We tell you who is in, who is out and along the way we wonder when Galen Rupp will next race as he’s not in the race although the London field does include Americans Jared Ward, Molly Seidel and Sara Hall.
*MB: London Marathon elite fields 2020
*Official Press Release

Saturday Night

Under Armour Sunset Tour Pop Up Event Set For August 22 Edward Cheserek, Joe Klecker and Oliver Hoare lead the men’s 5,000 while the women’s race has Dani Jones, Alicia Monson, Stephanie Bruce, Kellyn Taylor and Kim ConleyEmma Coburn, Cory McGee and Brenda Martinez will face off in the 800m.

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The 1995 Weltklasse Zürich Was Special

LRC 25 Years Later: A Look Back At One Of The Greatest Nights In Distance Running History At the 1995 Weltklasse Zürich meet, Moses Kiptanui became the first man under 8:00 in the steeplechase and Haile Gebrselassie took over 10 seconds off the 5,000m world record.  It was the Golden Age of one of Europe’s finest meets. A quarter century later, those who were there reflect on the famous night.
*MB: Sub-8 and 12:44.39 at 1995 Weltklasse Zürich: A look back at one of the greatest nights in distance running history 25 yrs later

World Athletics: On Its 25th Anniversary, Remembering Kiptanui’s Historic Sub-Eight-Minute Steeplechase

We’ve Brought John Kellogg Out Of Retirement – Our Summer Training Program Is Back

LRC High Schoolers And College Runners- Train Smarter This Summer With The LetsRun.com Summer Training Program If you aren’t sure what you should be doing for summer training and want to be your best this fall, sign up for our summer training program. Get a daily training schedule, interact with our team, and be your best this fall.

Seb Coe Speaks

Mid-Week Results From Gyulai Memorial In Hungary *Results

LRC Donavan Brazier Keeps Win Streak Alive, Runs 1:15.07 For 600m In Hungary Brazier had to come from way down in the last 100 to win the race and run down Puerto Rico’s Wesley Vázquez.
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MB: Donny Braz to Take Down a 34 Year Old World’s 600m Best?

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LRC VIP Joshua Cheptegei Video Chat With LetsRun.com Cheptegei spoke to us Tuesday afternoon for 45 minutes about his shocking run. LRC Supporter’s Club members can watch the interview now. Join the LRC Supporters Club to get bonus content, enhanced access, and huge savings on running shoes. We’ll edit the zoom and release it as a podcast next week.

LRC How Joshua Cheptegei Became The World’s Fastest Distance Runner – A Look Back At His Career After 5,000m World Record He first made noise on the senior level by having the biggest blowup we’ve ever seen in a race. Since then he’s won 2 world titles and broken 4 world records.

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Music City Distance Carnival *Results *Live Stream

16-Year-Old Rheinhardt Harrison Runs 4:01.34 At Music City Distance Carnival He broke Edward Cheserek‘s sophomore class record (Harrison is a rising junior) and finished 7th in the race which was won by Harvard grad Kieran Tuntivate in a Thailand NR of 3:57.87.

MB: Music City Distance Carnival Discussion Thread The best times of the night came in the 1,500m where Aussie Oliver Hoare (3:34.63) and Cory McGee (4:03.64) were the winners. McGee just beat Emma Coburn by .18. Michael Saruni won the 800m in 1:46.13. and Ce’Aira Brown took the women’s race in 2:00.31.