The final decision on 47 Russian appeals might not come until Friday, the day of the Opening Ceremony. Some of them are already in South Korea in anticipation of being cleared to compete.
A nice tribute by JRN's Brett Larner on the man who contributed a lot to the art of keeping road racing stats/data.
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He ran 6.57 in the heats and then almost equalled it in the final to beat a field that included his domestic rival Jimmy Vicaut.
No word on when she'll make her pro debut.
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Kibungei won an extremely tight race as he finished with an identical time as Eliud Mwangi.
Brannon Kidder and Hamish Carson are scheduled to take Cheserek through 800 in 1:54 and 1200 in 2:52, trying to help Cheserek become only the fourth person to go under 3:50 indoors.
Why wouldn't they now that CAS is giving away "get out of jail free" cards.
Lawyer for Russian whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov rips CAS, the IOC and Thomas Bach for not doing more to punish Russia for their state-sponsored doping.