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LRC Jacob Kiplimo UPSETS Joshua Cheptegei, Wins 2020 World Half Marathon Champions In 58:49 Wow. Joshua Cheptegei was viewed as the new GOAT, now he may not even be the best guy in his  country. Is Cheptegei-Kiplimo the new Federer-Nadal? Plus 5 More thoughts on Jacob Kiplimo’s win at the 2020 World Half.

LRC Peres Jepchirchir Sets Women’s-Only World Record Of 65:16 To Win 2020 World Half Marathon Championships Jepchirchir joins Tegla LoroupePaula Radcliffe and Lornah Kiplagat, as the only women with two World Half titles. Plus who is the German that won the silver?

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The 2020 Version Of NCAAs XCs Is This Weekend For The Men *All NCAA Results

LRC NAU Men (42) Edge BYU (50) And Oklahoma State (51) In Biggest NCAA XC Meet Of The Year Today’s OSU Invitational featured the top three teams from last year’s NCAAs plus hosts Oklahoma State. It lived up to the hype. Luis Grijalva got the individual win.

*MB: BYU vs. NAU This Weekend!
*MB: Nico Young won’t be racing for NAU this weekend

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Pre-Race World Half News

LRC Joshua Cheptegei Calls Out Mo Farah For Skipping World Half Marathon Championships “It’s quite really ridiculous that [Mo Farah’s] not in the field.”
*MB: Cheptegei calls out Mo Farah for skipping World Half We think the trash talk is good for the sport. What do you think?

General Track Stuff

Sifan Hassan Out Of World Half Champs

Sifan Hassan Pulls Out Of World Half Marathon Champs Hassan said she and her coach decided to end her season early to start preparing for the Olympic year.
*MB: Breaking: Sifan Hassan pulls out of World Half Marathon Champs. What double should she do in Tokyo 2021?

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LRC VIP 2020 Has Been The Year Of Whereabouts Failures. Why? Nine athletes – including recent world champions Christian ColemanSalwa Eid Naser and Elijah Manangoi – have been suspended for whereabouts failures in 2020, compared to two in all of 2018 and 2019 combined. What’s going on? Subscription required for early access. The paywall will be lifted on Monday.

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