Founders’ Day Podcast: Preview of USAs, Brazier vs Murphy, Houlihan vs Simpson, Allyson Felix, and the 1,500/10,000 Double at Worlds
July 24, 2019
The USA Track and Field Championships are Thursday to Sunday in Des Moines and we break them all down for you on LetsRun.com Founders’ Day.
It was a big week for distance fans as the top 3 at the Olympic Marathon Trials will definitely make the Olympics, plus USATF was forced to follow its rules in picking the Pan Am team.
We break down USATF Nationals ([spp-timestamp time=”7:15″]) with a deep dive of the men’s 800 (NOP Civil War: Donavan Brazier vs Clayton Murphy), men’s 1500 (can Craig Engels challenge?) and women’s 1500 (Shelby Houlihan vs Jenny Simpson) ([spp-timestamp time=”36:41″]). Should Simpson move to the steeple? What about Hassan trying the 1500/10,000 double at Worlds ([spp-timestamp time=”33:11″])? Message board post of the week: What’s the prime age for distance runners ([spp-timestamp time=”41:59″])? We also talk sprints at USAs ([spp-timestamp time=”54:44″]): Sydney McLaughlin, Coleman vs Lyles and what are Allyson Felix chances and what do we really think of the mixed gender 4×400? Plus, Jon gets censored for the first time on the podcast ([spp-timestamp time=”22:02″]).
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