LetsRun.com super visitor David Graham gives his thoughts on the sport's marquee event for 2014.
With wins in London and NY, no one was as good as Wilson Kipsang. But where do we rank Kenenisa Bekele, Meb and others?
2014 LRC Year-End Rankings: Women's Marathon: Tirfi Tsegaye and Shalane Flanagan are Our World and US #1s
Tirfi Tsegaye won two majors and is world #1 in a year marred by doper Rita Jeptoo.
Genzebe Dibaba and Molly Huddle take the #1 World and US spots.
2014 LRC Year-End Rankings: Women's 3000 Steeplechase: Emma Coburn is World #2 as Hiwot Ayalew Is #1Emma Coburn was fantastic all season long and nabs the #2 spot in the world.
LetsRun.com's 2014 Year-End Rankings: Men's 1500/Mile: Ayanleh Souleiman Is The Best In A Historically Good Year, Leo The Lion Roars In the US
It was an amazing year in the 1500 - so amazing that Seb Coe's 1979 WR of 3:32.03 would have put him as the 17th fastest man in 2014. No one was faster than Silas Kiplagat but in our minds no one was better than Ayanleh Souleiman. Thanks to HOKA One One and John Hayes, a resurgent Leo Manzano claims US #1.
20-year-old American Ajee Wilson ran the fastest time in the world and had a great year but Eunice Sum's season was just a little more special. It's a great event for TEAM USA as three Americans made our global top 10.
The men's 800 is one of the most exciting races in all of track and field. Tons of superstars and lots of diversity as men from seven different countries nabbed spots in our global top 10. Where is David Rudisha?