"The streak is over for Rupp. So too, perhaps, is his career on the track."
*Rupp Did Talk To The Oregonian: "The focus is definitely going to be on the roads and the marathon from here on out, but I never want to rule out running on the track again. It wasn't like I came into this thinking this was my last one ever. I'll leave it open. I never like to say never. We've been known to change our minds before."
The 3000 has Matthew Centrowitz, Lawi Lalang, Stephen Sambu Cam Levins Trevor Dunbar and Hassan Mead. Eric Jenkins vs Ben Blankenship in the 1500, Andrew Wheating in the 800, and Shannon Rowbury, Treniere Moser and Geena Gall in the women's 800.
*Allyson Felix Vs Jenna Prandini And English Gardner In The 60m
*Full Meet Entries
Andrew Wheating is in the 800 (also listed in mile) vs Tyler Mulder while the mile has Trevor Dunbar, Hassan Mead and Will Geoghegan in the mile.
40-year-old wonder Bernard Lagat was 3rd in the 5k. Nijel Amos ran 1:43.28 to beat Adam Kszczot, Mo Aman and Taoufik Makhloufi.
A solid men's 800 has Nijel Amos, Mo Aman, Adam Kszczot and Taoufik Makhloufi. Bernard Lagat, Isiah Koech, Augustine Choge, Hassan Mead, Diego Estrada, Andy Vernon in the 5000. World champ Marina Arzamsova vs Shannon Rowbury, Caster Semenya, Chanelle Price and Lynsey Sharp in the women's 800.
*IAAF Preview: Five World Champions Set For Berlin Renaud Lavillenie will try and get revenge on World champ Shawn Barber in the PV. Dawn Harper Nelson tries to get redemption in the 100H as she faces silver medalist Cindy Roleder and Euro champ Tiffany Porter.
Mead talks about focusing on the 5,000 in pervious years before moving up to the 10,0000 and thinks he has a lot more room to improve.
We bet you've never heard of several of these people - Esther Erb, Marielle Hall, Hassan Mead, Ian Burrell and Heather Lieberg.
Mead had a big breakthrough with 13:02 at this meet last year and this will now be his first 10K as a pro.
Also in the field: Ben True, Ryan Hill, Chris Derrick, Caleb Ndiku, Hassan Mead, Cam Levins.
"It's funny, I think a lot of people forgot how well I was running last year [he ran 13:15 and 13:11]. But at the same time, I said, 'That's all right.' I have been healthy and training well. I knew I was going to perform well. It was for people to find out what I was going to do."