At one point Rutherford was the Olympic, World and European champ, but hasn't won a world indoor title.
Bolt is training with a Jamaican team to prepare for a tryout with a German club. He claims he's serious about trying to play pro soccer.
This will be her first meet since 2016 as she missed last year to have her first child.
Skipping a world championship to focus on a continental one five months from now? Does anyone think that makes sense?
Dewi Griffiths will be going for his 7th consecutive Welsh national XC title.
Olympian Jeff Riseley is appealing after he finished 3rd in the 800, but an athlete in the "B" final ran faster and gained selection. A "B" final in an 800? How about just adding an extra round?
She is the daughter of former Olympic hockey gold medalist and Commonwealth Games sprint champion Nova Peris.
Kipsang won Tokyo in 2:03:58 last year and says, "I missed out on the world record narrowly last year and I want to see if I can be able to achieve that time on Sunday with my pacemakers.".
Oregon is re-bidding for 2020, but Squire thinks 2019 will be at Drake Stadium in Des Moines although he also looks at Sacramento (Hornet Stadium), Philadelphia (Franklin Field), New York (Icahn Stadium) and several others.
Washington is currently only ranked 57th in the 200 and 59th in the 60 with 23.73 and 7.38. The 16th best time in each event is 23.20 and 7.27. Coach Robert Johnson says they're "scratching their heads" over it as they don't know why she's not running up to her normal standards.
Nilsen jumped 5.80m to put himself tied for 9th on the all-time NCAA list while Echikunwoke threw 24.78m to move to #2 all-time NCAA.
*Event-By-Event Top 10 NCAA Marks From Last Week
Arkansas moved up from 5th to 3rd.
The athletes, lead by high jump world champ Mariya Lasitskene, will compete under a neutral flag.
Thrower Maksim Afonin and jumper Anna Krylova are now eligible to compete.
Former world 800 bronze medalist Amel Tuka broke his own national record in the 400 with 47.14.
Australia's Ryan Gregson won the race in 3:57.86. Spain's Kevin Lopez (1:47.43) beat out Ireland's Mark English (1:47.48) in the 800 and Irish national 400H record holder Thomas Barr had a thrilling come-from-behind win in the 400 in 46.94.
*European Athletics Recap: World Champ Sam Kendricks Clears 5.70m To Win The PV Over Canada's Former World Champ Shawn Barber In the women's 1500, Poland's Sofia Ennaoui won over Germany's Euro steeple champ Gesa-Felcitas Krause.