Brussels Preview: Can Galen Rupp Get The AR In 5K? Can Ben True Break 13:00? Plus Kiprop Vs. Rudisha & The World's Best At 800 And A Loaded Women's Mile
Full Results 2015 Memorial Van Damme: Results for Brussels Diamond League
Television and Streaming Information For 2015 Memorial Van Damme
2015 Weltklasse Zurich Meet Preview: Evan Jager And Jairus Birech Look For Redemption, America's Best Women Battle At 3,000, Kiprop Vs. Kiplagat For $40,000 And More
Thursday's meet should be a lot of fun. It serves as a chance for redemption for Evan Jager and Jairus Birech, a $40,000 match race between Asbel Kiprop and Silas Kiplagat, and a battle royale at 3,000 between Emily Infeld, Shannon Rowbury and Jenny Simpson. Plus Mo Aman versus Rudisha and more.
Katie Mackey Kicks Best in 3,000 to Earn First Diamond League Victory in 8:52.99
Katie Mackey did something Molly Huddle and Shalane Flanagan have never done. Win a Diamond League meet.
Stockholm Preview: Centro & Robby Vs. Souleiman At 1,500; Molly Huddle Shoots For Win In 3,000
With the Kenyan World Champs Trials this weekend, the mid-d/distance fields aren't quite as strong, but that opens the door for a slew of Americans. In the 1,500, Ayanleh Souleiman and Matthew Centrowitz will battle as Robby Andrews makes a rare DL appearance. Brenda Martinez, Molly Ludlow and Chanelle Price are all in the 800 and is there any way Andy Bayer can win the steeple?
Full Results for 2015 Stockholm Diamond League Meet
Full results on one page.
Asbel Kiprop Toys With Field to Win a Bizarre Emsley Carr Mile in 3:54.87 as Centrowitz Beats Souleiman for Second
Kiprop went from first to last in the span of 50 meters halfway through the race but it didn't matter as he was back with the leaders with 300 to go and blew everyone away on the homestretch to get the win. Matthew Centrowitz ran well to finish second in 3:55.03, .03 ahead of Ayanleh Souleiman.
2015 Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games: Full Friday Results
Usain Bolt Is (Almost) Back, Wins 100 In 9.87
Don't hand the gold medal to Justin Gatlin just yet. Usain Bolt put together his best showing of 2015 by far, running 9.87 into a headwind twice within the span of an hour to win at the Sainsbury's Anniversary Games.
*MB: Usain Bolt "Is Almost Back" - 9.87 Win Into Wind in London
London Saturday Preview: Kiprop Vs. Souleiman In The Mile As Centro, Leo And Blankenship Try To Go Sub-3:50; Amos Vs. Rudisha (And Berian) At 800, Molly Huddle Tries To Win The 5k
The men's 800 (Rudisha vs. Amos Rematch + Berian and Loxsom) and mile (Kiprop vs. Souleiman as Centro, Leo and Blankenship try to go sub-3:50) are the crown jewels of the Saturday action. Other action includes Molly Huddle vs. Mercy Cherono in the 5,000, Eunice Sum vs. Brenda Martinez in the 800 and an African showdown between Isaac Makwala (#5 all-time) and Wayde van Niekerk (#11 all-time) in the 400.
Friday London DL Preview: What Will Usain Bolt Do At 100 & How Fast Will Mo Farah Try To Run At 3,000?
Farah has proven himself as the favorite for 5k/10k gold in Beijing but Bolt still has work to do to catch Justin Gatlin. Can he get closer in London? Farah faces Lopez Lomong & Bernard Lagat in the 3k, plus an American-heavy women's 1,500 featuring Lauren Johnson, Katie Mackey, Treniere Moser and many more.
Monaco Preview: What a Meet - Mo Farah & Genzebe Dibaba Drop Down to Face Loaded 1500 Fields; Souleiman vs. Amos vs. Aman at 800; A Loaded Women's Steeple + Caleb Ndiku Tries Not To Fall
Dibaba takes on Jenny Simpson, Shannon Rowbury and Sifan Hassan while Farah faces Asbel Kiprop, Taoufik Makhlhoufi, Matthew Centrowitz and Leo Manzano. Emma Coburn tackles a strong field in the steeple, while field/sprint action includes PPP vs. Christian Taylor vs. Marquis Dendy in the TJ and Justin Gatlin in the 100.
Schedule, Entries and Results for 2015 Herculis Monaco
Lausanne Women's Recap: Jenny Simpson and Emma Coburn Have to Settle for 3rd as Sifan Hassan (4:02.36) & Virginia Nyambura (9:16.99) Grab Wins in 1500, Steeple
Hassan was far and away the best over the final 100 as she won over Faith Kipyegon (4:03.38) while Simpson was third in 4:03.54. Nyambura won for the third time in four DL races with Coburn running 9:20.67 for third. Switzerland's Selina Büchel won the non-DL 800 (2:01.68) while Dawn Harper-Nelson (12.55 100h) and Allyson Felix (22.09 200) also grabbed wins.
2015 Lausanne Men's Recap: Mo Farah Dominates & Nijel Amos (1:43.27) Takes Down David Rudisha
Running in his first race since the NOP doping investigation became public, Mo Farah celebrated his win as if he'd won a World title while Nijel Amos won a big battle in the men's 800 but limped off the track injured.