Includes a rundown of the other contestants which includes a British paralympian and a bunch of celebrities non-Brits probably won't know. The series begins November 15.
The three nominees are Monaco DL, World Half Champs and Renaud Lavillenie's backyard PV series.
Wolfgram says she was kind of "mourning" not getting the record at the Olympic Trials (where she ran 2:42:47 for 76th place), but when COVID cancelled the XC season she decided to go for it this fall.
The article explains both sides, but definitely puts more of a positive spin on Coleman. They point out how the AIU said they don't have any evidence he doped, but don't mention how they called Coleman "careless, perhaps even reckless."
"That’s track & field: not about the money until they desperately need money."
"Track & field never makes the money it needs for an independent, thriving existence because philanthropy permits inertia. Because track & field doesn’t make money, it’s always looking for and lurching between back-up arguments for why it should continue to exist, as college programs are doing now. The sport can never be secure because it is not earning its money through performance, commercial engagement and all those other commercial aspects. Track & field has to hope that someone always has something left over after all the real stuff is taken care of."
While a lot of programs have been saved from being cut by public outcry and protests, the Clemson AD preemptively said this "decision is final."
She broke the 36-year-old record by almost three minutes.
If RUSADA was covering up horse racing doping, he may have a point. But since RUSADA helped cover-up doping for Russian athletes, no, he doesn't.