2014 Sainsbury Glasgow Diamond League Track and Field

July 11, 2014 to July 12, 2014
London, England
Jamaica Observer:

She'll try to continue that comeback in Monaco against Veronica Campbell-Brown, Allyson Felix, Blessing Okagbare and Murielle Ahoure.


He'll only be out of action for 2-weeks, but his management team has decided he should shut it down for the season.

LRC Video Interview And Transcript With Emma Coburn After Her American Record Run At The Glasgow DL

Coburn: “I’m from Colorado and I like cold weather so it was pretty perfect and the crowd was cheering for me and I felt like a home athlete even though I’m from across the pond.”

Track & Field News:

A bit overlooked, Stephanie Garcia is now 4th on the US all-time list behind Coburn, Jenny Simpson and Anna Willard as she ran 9:24 in Paris and then again in Glasgow.


An extra round was added because of the high number of entries. In other UK/Scottish news, Chris O'Hare talks about feeling really good during his 3:35 in Glasgow.


She can compete in the heptathlon in which she is the World bronze medalist, or the 100 and 200.


She probably felt a lot of Scottish support, but the stadium was half empty.


She ran 11.01 to beat Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and stay unbeaten over 100m in 2014.

World Athletics:
World Athletics:

Lewis-Smallwood: "Everyone makes fun of me and my unhealthy love of Scotland. I don’t why but I have always loved Scotland. I love everything about it – the culture, the people, the accent; Jesus the accent! Everything about Scotland rocks."

LRC Glasgow Day 2, Sprints & Field Events: Michelle-Lee Ahye Keeps Winning And Dafne Schippers Is The Netherlands' Version Of Ashton Eaton

Ahye remained perfect in the 100 while Schippers, who took bronze in the heptathlon at Worlds last year, won the 200 over Allyson Felix and set two national records in the span of two hours. There were also wins for Christian Taylor (triple jump), Jeff Henderson (long jump) and Blanka Vlasic (high jump).

LRC LRC Exclusive: Emma Coburn Speaks after Setting American Record in Glasgow

A focus on competition, not time gave Coburn the AR: "The goal was to win...When I got in the start line, I was just thinking to put the hammer down, go hard not necessarily for the record but to break my opponents."

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