Saturday morning cartoons can wait. You need to make sure you've got a few hours on Saturday to watch this meet (8:00 am ET US) as the end of 2017 IAAF World Indoor Tour is a dandy. The US records in the women's 1000 and 3000 very well could go down and yet we don't think Kate Grace or Shannon Rowbury will win their races.
There will be A TON of action across the globe on Saturday, from the West Coast of the US to the East Coast to Germany to Usain Bolt in Australia. There's no way you can watch the entirety of all five meets so we preview the best matchups in chronological order and suggest you enjoy the best races from the each meet a la carte, including Hellen Obiri vs. Laura Muir over 3000, Leo Manzano vs. Paul Chelimo in a mile and a Robby Andrews-led squad going for the 4x800 WR.
There may be a debate about whether Caster Semenya should be allowed to compete, but there was no debate about who the best women's 800 runner was in 2016. American Kate Grace returned from injury with a career year, fulfilling her "dream, dream goal" of making the Olympic final in Rio, but was that enough to crack our world top 10?