In A Difficult Moment, Canada's McBride Shows Incredible Grace
2019 Worlds Men's 800 Preview: Donavan Brazier Chases America's First Gold Since Dave Wottle in 1972
2018 LRC World & US Rankings, M 800: Emmanuel Korir Is Our World #1 As Clayton Murphy Regains Top Spot Among Americans
2017 LRC World & US Rankings, M 800: Nijel Amos is Your World #1; U.S. Champ Donavan Brazier is Top American
2017 Worlds Men's 800 Preview: Can Emmanuel Korir Cap an Incredible Freshman Year with a World Title?
2017 adidas Boost Boston Day 1 Recap: Muktar Edris Rips 13:01.04 5K; Charlene Lipsey (1:59.57) Keeps Rolling in 800; Gabe Grunewald Runs Final Race Before Beginning Chemo
USA, USA: Both Boris Berian and Clayton Murphy Advance to Men's 800 Final -- Reaction and Analysis
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
Monaco Diamond League: Omar McLeod Loses for First Time in 2016, Van Niekerk Keeps Winning, National High Jump Record (And Injury) for Tamberi
Not a Misprint: True Freshman Donavan Brazier Runs 1:43.55 To Win NCAA 800m In One Of The Greatest American Junior Performances Ever
NCAA Day 1 Recap: Look Out - Tremendous 800 and 1500 Finals Set for Friday as McBride, Brazier, Yorks, Murphy, Kidder, Wynne Look Great
2016 NCAA Outdoor Men's Mid-D/Steeple Preview: Clayton Murphy Vs. Izaic Yorks Vs. Henry Wynne In An Epic 1,500; 1:44 Men Brandon McBride & Shaquille Walker Battle In 800
WTW: Putting Mary Cain's Struggles In Perspective, Fast Times At Stanford, Will Jim Ryun's Collegiate 800 Record Survive To See Its 50th Birthday + Would A Swede Have Made The Olympics If Not For Meet Management At Stanford?
Distance Recap: Edward Kemboi Rides The Rail To Victory In 800, Chad Noelle Kicks Best In 1,500 And Anthony Rotich Three-Peats In Steeple
Both the 800 (1:49.26) and 1,500 (3:54.96) had incredibly slow winning times due to wind on the backstretch, but that made for thrilling theater as everyone was still in contention with 200 to go in each race. As it did last year, the steeple came down to Rotich vs. Stanley Kebenei and Rotich once again prevailed by a narrow .38 margin.
Men's 800, 1500 and Steeple Prelim Recaps: The 800 Final is Loaded, The 1500 Final is Wide Open and There Are Two Big Boys In The Steeple
We recap the action and have a quote from Cristian Soratos that would make Steve Prefontaine proud.
2015 NCAA Outdoor Men's Mid-D/Steeple Preview: Cristian Soratos and Jordan Williamsz Lead A Wide-Open 1500; Anthony Rotich & Stanley Kebenei to Duel in Steeple; Will NCAA Champs Brandon McBride or Edward Kemboi Emerge In A Loaded Men's 800?
We're not sure if there will be drama in the 5 an 10ks but these races should more than make it up for it. The 800, where NCAA champs Brandon McBride and Edward Kemboi lead the way, is the deepest 800 in years at the NCAA level. Cristian Soratos vs. Jordan Williamsz is must-watch drama in the 1500 as is the Stanely Kebenei vs. Anthony Rotich battle in the steeple.
2015 SEC Championships: Live Results / Schedule / Startlists
LSU's Julian Parker won the 800 in 1:46.17 over Brandon McBride (1:46.53). Arkansas went 1-2 in the 5000 as Kemoy Campbell beat Stanley Kebenei by less than a second in 13:52. Dominique Scott won the 1500/5000 double. *Meet Home Florida men and Arkansas women currently lead going into final day.
Natoya Goule (2:01.64 MR) & Edward Kemboi (1:46.05) Win Fast 800s
Natoya Goule broke the meet record and Edward Kemboi ran faster than anyone else had at NCAAs in 14 years as the 800 action was fast.
Shawn Barber Goes 19'4" In Pole Vault, Trayvon Bromell Becomes #3 Fastest Person (Counting Pros) Ever At 200m Indoors, Brandon McBride, Natoya Goule Advance In 800
NCAA 800 Previews: Brandon McBride & Natoya Goule Shoot for Second Titles in Loaded Fields
McBride is looking to become the first man since fellow Canadian Nate Brannen ('03-'04) to repeat at NCAAs; Goule wants to regain her 2013 title after transferring from LSU to Clemson. Iowa State's Edward Kemboi (NCAA leader at 1:46.09) and Arkansas' Chrishuna Williams (2:02.95 in her first year as an 800 runner) lead the list of challengers.