Zagreb *Results *TV & Streaming

LRC 2020 Zagreb Recap: Daniel Rowden Arrives as Bryce Hoppel Is Beaten; Stewart McSweyn Just Misses Aussie Record World, it’s time to introduce you to Daniel Rowden as Britain may have a new 800 star on its hands; Rowden’s 1:44.09 was the fastest by a Brit since Andrew Osagie in the 2012 Olympic final.

More From The Weekend

ISTAF Berlin *Results 

Karsten Warholm Breaks Edwin Moses’ 40-Year-Old ISTAF Meet – Not World – Record In Berlin In other action, Laura Muir ran a world lead (3:57.40) and Jessica Hull (4:00.42) set a Aussie national record in the women’s 1,500 as Shannon Rowbury ran 4:02. In the women’s steeple, world record-holder Beatrice Chepkoech (9:10.07) was beaten by Hyvin Kiyeng (9:06.14). A pretty good meet in Berlin with fans. *Discussion

Tokyo 2020 News

Ryan Hall Runs His First Ultra + Other Results

Is 36 Old? Or Young?

LRC With Olympic Marathon Dreams Dashed, Molly Huddle Refocuses On The Track To Chase Her Third Olympic Berth Jonathan Gault caught up with Huddle and her coach Ray Treacy to discuss Huddle’s marathon career and her transition back to the track ahead of Tokyo 2021. At 36 (the same age that Shalane was when she won NY), how much does Huddle have left? “I didn’t feel bad (physically) until I started marathoning,” Huddle says. “And I now feel bad.”
*MB: Molly Huddle just turned 36, how much does she have left? Will she ever rock the marathon?

Random Running Records

Weekend Distance Results

Book Review

LRC “From Coal Mine To Finish Line” By James McLatchie McLatchie, one of eight siblings who grew up in a one-room house in Scotland, has lived a very interesting life and spent a lifetime in running, from winning age-group titles as a boy in Scotland, to beating Jim Ryun in the mile, to coaching Olympians. Most recently, at age 77, he and his wife coached a team to the NXN high school national title in the US. That being said, the book isn’t our favorite but maybe worth a purchase for high school coaches as he shares his entire final month of training prior to NXN. *Purchase Here

How Many More Programs Will Covid Cut?

MB: Minnesota Cuts NCAA Men’s Track And Field Program Minnesota has a $123 million athletic budget and a brand new track and field facility but Covid-19 has cost them dearly and they are cutting men’s track, tennis and gymnastics.

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2020 Ostrava Golden Spike *Results

LRC 2020 Ostrava Golden Spike Recap: Jacob Kiplimo Comes From Behind To Stun Selemon Barega In Thrilling 5,000 As Both Men Break 12:50 No world records fell today in Ostrava but there was plenty of great action with a ton of BIG names picking up wins as the likes of Laura Muir, Faith Kipyegon, Jakob Ingebrigtsen, Ryan Crouser, Karsten Warholm, Christian Taylor and Sifan Hassan all vanquished the competition.


Miscellaneous News

Caster Semenya Loses Her Appeal

MB: Caster Semenya Loses Her Appeal She won’t be able to compete in women’s 800 in Tokyo w/o suppressing testosterone.

We Worked On Labor Day – Did You?

LRC Track Is Back, Baby! Molly Huddle And Eric Jenkins Win At LRC’s First Track Meet In 7 Months On Labor Day, there was no day off for staffer Jonathan Gault as he attended his first track meet during the Covid-19 era. Molly Huddle and Eric Jenkins shined the brightest at the Forward Spine & Sport Labor Day Showdown with Jenkins declaring he’s confident heading into 2021. “I’m 100% and I’m very confident of where I’ll be able to end up,” Jenkins said.