No one has ever broken 27:00 on the roads in the US, but with $53,000 on the line for a course record (current record is 27:01), one might think a Eugene 10,000 competitor might run it 13 days before Worlds.
Teferi ran 30:43 to beat out Sharon Lokedi (30:52), Keira D'Amato (31:03) and Aliphine Tuliamuk (31:08). Olympic marathon champ Peres Jepchirchir finished 5th (31:19) after a mid-race fall. *Full Results
We break down Connor Burns and Gary Martin making history, the return of Colleen Quigley, have a Rabat DL preview, and Rojo reveals what he learned from the lady whose husband found Prefontaine still alive after the wreck.
LetsRun.com's Robert Johnson joins the LRC crew live from Eugene after the first of two 2022 Prefontaine Classic press conferences. We've got your traditional news and some non-traditional Rojo exclusives. (Plus everyone Grant Fisher wants you to listen to his podcast).