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Zharnell Hughes only managed 4th. Dina Asher-Smith took the women's 200 in 23.11 and Matthew Hudson-Smith won the 400m in a European leading 44.88.
*BBC: Laura Muir Has Impressive Front Run To Win 1500 In 4:10 Over Laura Weightman Charlie Grice beat out Chris O'Hare in the 1500, Shelayna Oskan-Clarke got an upset win over Lynsey Sharp in the 800 and Steph Twell won the 5000 over former steepler Eilish Mccolgan.
*IAAF: Beating The Rain And Wind, 38 Claim Spots For Rio
*BBC: Laura Muir, Chris O'Hare, Steph Twell And Lynsey Sharp Among The 12 Scots On GB Rio Squad
Distance athletes include Chris O'Hare, Lee Emanuel, Tom Farrell, Lynsey Sharp and Steph Twell.
Knight was 2nd behind Chris O'Hare (3:56.00) as Syracuse put three guys sub-4.
*Full Results Abbey D'Agostino dominated the mile in 4:31.50. Morgan Uceny won the 3000 in 9:03.87 while Speed River's Taylor Milne took the men's race in 7:52.78.
If you don't have 2 qualifiers, they think you can get top 8 at Worlds.
4:13.91. Former NCAA champ Emily Lipari was 3rd (4:21.21). Chris O'Hare won the men's race in 3:44.17.
Uceny is a three-time champ. Chris O'Hare leads the men's field.
He also said he wasn't the weekend highlight in his family as his younger brother got 2nd at the Scottish School's XC Champs after losing a shoe in the first mile.
Czech Republic's Jakub Houlsa thrilled the home crowd with a surprise win in the 1500 over Turkey's Tanui Ozbilen. Sifan Hassan won the women's race while Poland's Marcin Lewandowski and Switzerland's Selina Buchel won the 800s.
Turkey's Ali Kaya dominated the 3000 leading gun to tape and breaking Mo Farah's MR with 7:38.42. Russia's Yelena Korobkina won the women's race (8:47), and the big names got through in the 800s semis. But maybe the biggest excitement came in the form of two extremely non-tactical men's 1500 heats.
Other top team members include sprinter Richard Kilty, pentathlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson, Chris O'Hare in the 1500, Jenny Meadows (800) and Kate Avery and Laura Muir (3000).
*All Entries Erik Sowinski, Mark English, Timothy Kitum, Andrew Osagie in 800, Matt Centrowitz, Bethwell Birgen, Nixson Chepseba, Lee Emanuel, Chris O'Hare, Ben Blankenship in 1500. Jenny Meadows and Charlene Lipsey in 800.
“I wanted to get out there and have a bit of fun but not in conditions like that – it wasn’t funny ... Some are suited to running in the mud but I’m one of those who isn’t."
Looks like he's enjoying his time off however.
With the BAA and New Balance both forming elite teams and with athletes like Morgan Uceny and Abbey D'Agostino and coaches like Terrence Mahon and Mark Coogan, Boston is looking a lot more like the day of Bill Rodgers and Joan Benoit Samuelson.
The perks of being a medalist.
O'Hare, who is now coached by Terrence Mahon of adidas/BAA, is calling it a season however as his hamstring has been killing him.