2019 Müller Grand Prix Birmingham

July 11, 2014 to July 12, 2014
Birmingham, England
World Athletics:

Earlier this year, he lost 4 races in a row so he made a coaching change and all is well now.


Whoever came up with the idiotic schedule in Doha should be reassigned. The 200/400 double isn't doable, nor is the 1500/5000 for women.

Athletics Weekly:

It was tight at the finish. Somehow, the winning time was only 10.07 despite a + 2.0 m/s wind.

LRC 2019 Birmingham DL Recap: Ajee' Wilson, Beatrice Chepkoech, & KoKo Keep Rolling; Craig Engels Runs 3:35

Wilson and Chepkoech got wins in the 800 and steeple as expected, while KoKo held off Gabriela DeBues-Stafford in the mile. Engels was 3rd in the 1500 behind Ronald Musagala and Stewart McSweyn.

Athletics Weekly:

“I started taking my long runs seriously,” the Jamaican tells me. “I used to train hard on the track but on long runs I didn’t monitor it with my watch, I just went out and ran.

LRC 2019 Birmingham DL Preview: British Teen Phenoms, Craig Engels Tries for First Euro Win, & Christian Coleman

Engels has never run a DL race in Europe, and though this isn't a DL points race, there are three guys who have run 3:31 or fast this year. Plus Ajee' Wilson, Kate Grace, and Melissa Bishop in the women's 800 but the highlight of the meet may be a loaded women's 200.

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