March 28, 2016
What About the Sport? Big Praise for Mo Farah; the IAAF and Abbott World Marathon Majors Needs to Improve Their Broadcasts
How can we improve our sport? By taking one little step after another.
February 28, 2016
2016 Tokyo Marathon Recap: Feyisa Lilesa (2:06:56) Wins, Denies Dickson Chumba Share of WMM Title; Helah Kiprop Wins First Major in Course-Record 2:21:27, Moves Into Tie Atop AWMM Standings
Some great racing in Tokyo as AWMM Series IX came to an end.
February 26, 2016
2016 Tokyo Marathon Women's Preview: Defending Champ Birhane Dibaba, WC Silver Medalist Helah Kiprop & Aberu Kebede Battle for AWMM Title
Dibaba can clinch the AWMM title and $500,000 with a win, while a win would put Kiprop or Kebede in a tie for 1st in the standings with Mary Keitany and Mare Dibaba. Two-time world champ Edna Kiplagat and 20-year-old wunderkind Shure Demise are also in the Tokyo field.
February 26, 2016
2016 Tokyo Marathon Men's Preview: Dickson Chumba Looks to Split $500,000 AWMM Title with Eliud Kipchoge; Japan's Top Men Battle for Olympic Spots
Chicago champ/Tokyo CR holder Chumba takes on '12 Olympic medalists Stephen Kiprotich and Abel Kirui, plus Amsterdam champ Bernard Kipyego, Berlin runner-up Eliud Kiptanui and Japan's top marathoner, Masato Imai (2:07:39 pb). Eritrea's Teklemariam Medhin (two-time World XC medalist) makes his debut.
January 26, 2016
Week That Was: Meet The Japanese Super Running Twins, Ryan Hall Is A Great Dude, Kate Grace Is Back, Mo Farah Vs. Kamworor, And When Sub-4 Isn't Sub-4
Dubai is in the books, the indoor track scene started to heat up, Japan's dominance over America in the marathon is complete, a sub-4 isn't always a sub-4, and Mo Farah will take on Kamworor for the world title in March.