2015 New Balance Indoor Grand Prix

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Boston, MA
February 7, 2015
The New Balance Team Got the World Record But JNot Without a Fight

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Sarah Brown (3:15.54), Mahagony Jones (53.59), Megan Krumpoch (2:05.68) and Brenda Martinez (4:27.77) got the world record (10:42.57) but they had to work for it; Simpson (9:18.35 2-mile) and Moser (2:37.86) picked up nice wins.

Bernard Lagat still has it at age 40, Nick Willis keeps getting better with age and Matt Centrowitz is pretty good too.

RRW: DMR World Record, Two-Mile USA Record Highlight New Balance Indoor GP

Like Bill Belichick, Emma Coburn is focused ahead on her next race, not looking back hampered by distractions

Jenny Simpson: "I'm in great shape, I'm as fit and as healthy as I've ever been this time of year."

2015 NBIGP Press Conference: Jenny Simpson, Bernard Lagat, Matthew Centrowitz and More Speak Before Tomorrow's Races

Lagat talked about how he is aiming for a slew of masters world records this year while Centro said that he and coach Alberto Salazar are looking to develop his speed this year. Emma Coburn made it clear that she's ready to put her non-American record debacle behind her; she, Simpson and Brenda Martinez also offered support for Boston's 2024 Olympic bid.

2015 New Balance Indoor Grand Prix Preview: Action everywhere - American record attempts in w 2-mile and m 1k, a WR attempt in w DMR, plus a loaded men's 3k

Oh baby is this one loaded. Season debuts for Bernard LagatEmma Coburn and Jenny Simpson. A three-way slugfest for the 1000m AR between  CentrowitzSowinski and Loxsom. A world record attempt in the women's DMR. Other stars like Mary CainNick Willis and Lawi Lalang. Saturday's meet in Boston is going to be good.

10 More Stars Added To Fields For Feb. 7th New Balance Indoor Grand Prix

Asafa Powell, Nick Willis, Sally Kipyego and Dejen Gebremeskel added to the meet that already includes Bernard Lagat, Jenny Simpson and Mary Cain.

2012 Olympic Gold Medalist Jenn Suhr And Husband/Coach Rick Suhr Share Thoughts On The "Year Of The Vault"

40-Year-Old Bernard Lagat Will Race In Boston For First Time Since 2010 At New Balance Indoor Grand Prix, Meet Will Also Be Meseret Defar's 1st Since Giving Birth In June

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