Chanelle Price took it out really hard and hung on to win gold at 800 at the World Indoors. Wire-to-wire, pr, world-leading time for the win. Impressive. Recap, analysis, post-race video. *Post race interview with World Champion Chanelle Price

GB and NI Team for 2014 World Indoors is Announced - Former NCAA stars Lee Emanuel, Chris O'Hare make cut in 1500

RRW: Britain's Kate Avery Reflects on Lost World Championships Opportunity

Avery was contacted by UKA saying they wanted her on the team for World Indoors as she's the fastest Brit this season in the 3000 with an 8:56. However, then after she waited for what was supposed to be a simple confirmation, they came back and told her she could't be selected because she didn't send an email saying she wasn't racing the UK Trials. *Video Interview

Full Kenyan And Ethiopian Squads Unveiled For 2014 World Indoors - Chanelle Price And Ajee' Wilson Will Face Zero Competitors From Either Country

Mary Cain Pulls Out of 2014 World Indoors - Worried about "discomfort" in her lower calf

Provisional entries for 2014 IAAF World Indoor Championships

Ranking The American Mid-D And Distance Runners' Medal Chances At 2014 World Indoors From #1-12

The world is changing quickly and sometimes things are hard to comprehend. How can it be that silver medalists Nick Symmonds and Galen Rupp need near-miracles to medal at Worlds but Ajee' Wilson and Treniere Moser are expected to medal? Can Rupp or Symmonds really be ranked #9 but Treniere Moser #2? Yes, they can!

2014 IAAF World Indoor Schedule and Television and Streaming Information

Women's 800 Preview: Americans Ajee' Wilson And Chanelle Price Try To Make History But Brit Laura Muir Is Our Favorite

19-year-old teen phenom Ajee' Wilson of the USA has the top time in the world and teammate Chanelle Price is #2 in the world, but can an up-and-coming Brit Laura Muir steal the gold?

Women's 1,500 Preview: Abeba Aregawi Is Going To Win But Can Treniere Moser Get Silver?

Abeba Aregawi enters the field with having run 7.43 seconds faster than anyone else in it. She's a lock for gold but the USA's Treniere Moser has a chance for silver that could have been Mary Cain's. Plus Turkey's Genze Bulut returns to the world stage; she was the Olympic silver medalist.

Women's 3,000 Preview: Genzebe Dibaba's Time To Shine - Can Grunewald Or Rowbury Somehow Steal Bronze?

Genzebe Dibaba, Ms. World Record 2014, gets her chance to shine and Hellen Obiri of Kenya will try to challenge, and after that it's wide open. Can one of the two Americans sneak in there?
Sopot Poland
March 7, 2014 to March 9, 2014

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