U-S-A! U-S-A! A Star-Spangled Men's 800-Meter Final Is Set in Doha
2016 Olympic Men’s 800 Preview: David Rudisha Goes for the Repeat In a Wide-Open Event; Clayton Murphy & Boris Berian Shoot for First U.S. Medals Since 1992
Rabat DL Preview: A Fast Men's 800, The Return Of Mahiedine Mekhissi-Benabbad And Can Francine Niyonsaba Challenge Caster Semenya?
Stacked 800 Set For Pre Classic With World Indoor Champ Boris Berian Taking On Nijel Amos, Mo Aman And Amel Tuka
2015 LRC Year-End Rankings, Men's 800: David Rudisha Reclaims His Crown; Boris Berian Tops U.S. List
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
Negative Split, No Problem: The King Is Far From Dead - David Rudisha Wins Third Global Title With 24.36 Final 200
Like London 2012, Rudisha led wire-to-wire, but he came through 400 almost five seconds slower (54.17). He ran a big negative split (51.67 final 400) to win over Poland's Adam Kszczot in 1:45.86, while Amel Tuka earned Bosnia & Herzegovina's first-ever medal by taking the bronze.
Mens 800 Semis: Amos and Aman go home early, David Rudisha most certainly stays and the amazing year of Clayton Murphy comes to an end
Men's 800 Preview: A Terrific Showdown Between the Big Three of Mo Aman, Nijel Amos & David Rudisha
The last time David Rudisha, Nijel Amos and Mo Aman raced at a global chamionships, King David mesmerized the world with a 1:40.91 WR. Track fans have had to wait 3 years for the rematch. Which of the Big 3 will win? Or could it be upstart Amel Tuka?
Bosnia's Amel Tuka Vs Erik Sowinksi; Switzerland's Selina Buchel Vs Molly Ludlow To Highlight Tuesday Night Action In Switzerland
What will Tuka do coming off his huge 1:42 victory in Monco? Will 1:57 woman Buchel keep her almost perfect season going? Asafa Powell highlights some decent sprint races.
Rest of Monaco: A Guy You've Never Heard of From Bosnia Runs 1:42.51, Boris Borian Runs 1:43.34, The Clean World Record in the Shot Put by Kovacs? and Ghribi Runs World Leading Steeple
Some dude you've never heard of (Amel Tuka) ran 1:42.51, Boris Berian of the US went 1:43.34, Joe Kovacs threw a bomb in the shot, Justin Gatlin kept winning, Ghribi led a world leading parade in the steeple as Emma Coburn had another sub par race.
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.
WTW: Nike Is Correct - Actions Speak Louder Than Words In Regards To Doping, Meet The Family That Soon Will Have Three Sub-4 Milers, We Say Goodbye To A Coaching Legend And Hello To African 43-Second 400 Runners, And Is Scott Jurek's New WR "Soft"?
After a summer hiatus, the Week That Was is back. We do our best to avoid talk of the Nike Oregon Project doping investigation but can't help but criticize Nike and Mo Farah's reaction to it. All of that plus praise for Genzebe Dibaba, Alexa Efraimson, Kerri Gallagher, Eric Jenkins, Lopez Lomong and Amel Tuka.