2018 USATF Indoor Championships

February 16, 2018 to February 18, 2018
Albuquerque, NM

LRC Donavan Brazier and Ajee Wilson Keep up Their Winning 800m Ways at USATF Indoors

Her soon to be training partner, Raevyn Rogers, was second as the fastest American woman in US history, Charlene Lipsey, was dead last.


The performance also qualified Sloan for today's final.

World Athletics:

In the women's 60H, Christina Manning (7.84) led the way ahead of WR holder Keni Harrison (7.87), Sharika Nelvis (7.91) and Olympic bronze medallist Kristi Castlin (7.94).



In the "our sport is weird" category, there were three heats of the men's 60 hurdles to eliminate one guy.


Houston cleared a PB of 5.83m to Kendricks' 5.78m.


Kynard was so mad when he failed to get the 2.33m standard that he "ripped off his number and spiked the crossbar." However, since no other Americans in Albuquerque have the standard, Kynard could probably still go via IAAF invite.

LRC Men's 3000: Army Strong - Paul Chelimo Repeats As Shadrack Kicphirchir Outkicks Ryan Hill

Chelimo showed why he's one of the best in the world with a 26.09 final 200 as altitude-born runners took 4 of the top 5 spots.

LRC Women’s 3000: Shelby Houlihan Earns Convincing Win as Katie Mackey Makes Her First Worlds Team

Shelby Houlihan looks unbeatable domestically right now but there was room for an underdog behind her as Katie Mackey snapped an 0-13 US Champs streak and made her first US team.

LRC Big Drama in Men's 800 Prelims: Clayton Murphy Goes Home Early, Women's Favorites All Advance

While there was big drama in the men's 800 prelims, the women's race went very much according to form as the six fastest entrants took the six spots in tomorrow's final.


In the heptathlon, Devon Williams and 2015 national champ Jeremy Taiwo are in a close battle for first.
*AP Recap Bougard came in looking for the American record, but finished 45 points. Afterwards she said that she wanted to hit high goals in her first four events "so when I got to the 800, I wouldn't have to be all out."

LRC RRW: Drew Windle Running For Respect, National Team Spot At USATF Indoor Championships

Windle wants to prove that making the World team last year "wasn't just a fluke" and thinks the altitude and rounds will give him an edge in Albuquerque as a strength-based 800 guy who's been doing altitude training.

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