A great profile of Dale Stevenson.
"It was tough to lose weight – I do love eating – but in our event you just can’t afford to not maximize your ability. Other guys have the opposite problem. I see Ryan Crouser on a daily basis and it’s funny to watch him at meals; he struggles to eat enough just to maintain weight."
Between many injuries and being bedridden with myocarditis (inflammation of the heart) Gill has struggled a lot since the days when he was a junior world champ and YouTube star. But now he has changed a lot about his training and is on the comeback trail.
Walsh moves to #4 all-time in indoor history and erased the longest World Indoor CR - one that had stood since 1987.
Crouser wants to do it clean and goes to http://informed-choice.org/ to make sure the supplements he uses are legit. Crouser uses a device called TrackMan to figure out the optimal speed and angle on his throws. Crouser is an throwing stud and is the national high school record holder in the discus.
Will they all square off at World Indoors?
She's only 32. For more on Dames and Knights click here.
"I wouldn't be doing this sport if I didn't think I could break the world record. So I want to give it a real go and it's been around for too long."
Also Barshim vs Kynard in high jump, and Shawn Barber in pole vault. Meet is on Eversport.TV at 10:30 am eastern.
Sam (javelin) and Ryan (shot put) are already qualified.
The DII athlete and son of a former World Series champion pitcher, Appier is ranked 9th in the world (3rd in the US) this year after moving his PB from 18.54m to 20.79m.
She hasn't competed since pulling out just before Worlds in Beijing.