800/1500 Recap: Donavan Brazier Almost Blows It Again, Drew Hunter Makes His First Final, Alysia Montaño and Gabe Grunewald Inspire
Week That Was: Women's 800m Madness, One Runner from Japan is Better than All of American Men Combined in the Marathon the Last 6 Years, Collegiate Milers and More
Absolute Madness in the Women's 800: Alysia Montaño Falls Down In Tears As Kate Grace Wins a Wild Race
US Olympic Trials Women's 800: Prepare For Chaos In The Most Wide-Open Distance Event Of The Trials
Recommended Watch: Last Week Tonight's John Oliver Targets Doping Scandals
Friday Night at Pre: Mo Farah Survives a Scare in the 10,000m, Mom Power from Alysia Montaño and Hellen Obiri
Jonathan Gault's 2015: Kipchoge's 2:04:00 Without Insoles, Dibaba's 3:50:07, Bolt > Gatlin, The Greatness of Montaño, Symmonds, Farah and Cheserek
2015 LRC Year-End Rankings, Women's 800: Eunice Sum Is #1 Again; Alysia Montaño Returns To Top Of U.S. Rankings
RRW: Fifth Avenue Mile A Fun Test For Mother Alysia Montano
Day 5 Morning Session: Disaster for Alysia Montaño and Close Calls for BMart and Ludlow; All 3 Americans Through to Men’s 5,000 Final
Montaño went down with 200 to go in her heat and her protest was unsuccessful so she'll sit out the semis and final. Molly Ludlow was only sixth but her heat was by far the fastest on the day and she made it in on time (2:00.70) while Brenda Martinez had to work for it in the final 100 after being boxed in. Ben True comfortably grabbed an auto qualifier in heat 1 of the 5,000 while Ryan Hill and Galen Rupp made it on time in a much faster heat 2.
2015 World's Women's 800 Preview: Eunice Sum should repeat but can America get two medals behind her?
Wit Ajee Wilson out, no one without internal testicles stands a chance against Eunice Sum, but should she be nervous give the recent CAS ruling? As for who medals behind Sum, it's wide open and our friend in Britain and Canada are dreaming of medal(s).
The 5 Most Unbelievable (Positive) Stories From The 2015 Track Season (So Far)
Before we start our World Championships previews, we thought it would be a good idea to take a step back and look big picture at what has transpired so far this year in the world of track and field. There have been a lot of amazing developments so far in 2015. We list five events that if we'd predicted them at the beginning of the year, you'd have said we were TOTALLY crazy.
Five Things to Watch at the 2015 Pan American Games
Track events start on Tuesday and there will be some star power in the 100/200 with hometown phenom Andre De Grasse. The men's 5,000 (Cam Levins, Garrett Heath, David Torrence, Juan Luis Barrios) figures to be exciting, as does the women's 800, which features three sub-1:58 women, led by Alysia Montaño. Plus Andrew Wheating, Kyle Merber and Nate Brannen in the 1500, PPP in the TJ & David Oliver in the 110 hurdles.
Supermom Alysia Montaño Wins 6th U.S. Title; Brenda Martinez and One-Shoed Ajee Wilson Also Make Team USA
800 Semis: US #1 Boris Berian Goes Home, Nick and Duane Are Back Ready to Rumble, and What a Women's Final We Have
800 Prelims: Charles Jock & Brandon Johnson Go Home as the Rest of the Favorites Advance
2015 USA 800 Preview: Ajee Wilson Leads a Loaded Women's Field; Can Boris Berian Go From 1:48 to National Champ in Three Months?
We feel very confident in predicting one thing about the 800s. Ajee Wilson and Boris Berian are going to Worlds. After that, it's going to be a lot of fun seeing what happens.
RRW: Weekend Action Gives Glimpse of USA Women's 800m National Championships
There are quite a few contenders with five who have gone sub-2 this season in Ajee Wilson, Brenda Martinez, Alysia Montano, Chanelle Price, Molly Ludlow.