The article starts with the following provocative sentence, "What is the point of the World Relays?"
Kenya's 100m and 200m champion Maximilla Imali and 400m runner Evangeline Makena aren't competing.
An interesting read.
With no Bolt and no VCB, can the Jamaicans remain relevant?
"I felt a little less sore doing 115 mile weeks where I wasn’t getting on the track as much than I did [before] doing 90 miles getting on the track a few times a week. "
She's now #16 all-time in the NCAA.
The Norfolk State University sophomore finished second in the race won by Kayla White in 10.96.
She'll face Ukraine's world silver medalist Yuliya Levchenko.
Ejore is the PAC 12 favorite, but five years ago she graduated high school in Kenya never having run a race.
The author points out that NASCAR gets promoted on NBC Sports, but there hasn't been any mention of the IAAF World Relays even though they're streaming them.