Disaster for Kenya: Kenya Advances Zero Men To 5000 Meter Final But Team USA Gets All Three Through
Pre Classic Preview: Mo Farah (10K), Geoffrey Kamworor (5K), Asbel Kiprop (Mile), Faith Kipyegon (1,500) Among Many Stars At Hayward Field This Weekend
Stacked Field Set For Pre Classic 5000: Americans Ben True, Ryan Hill, Bernard Lagat Face Top Africans Geoffrey Kamworor, Yomif Kejelcha, Hagos Gebrhiwet And Caleb Ndiku
Men's 3000: Ethiopia's Yomif Kejelcha Wins and Arrives As Mo Farah's Potential #1 Rival, Ryan Hill Uses Perfect Tactics To Nab Silver
Friday Distance Prelim Recap: Caleb Ndiku Falls and Advances to Final, as Americans Brenda Martinez, Berian, Sowinski, Ryan Hill and Paul Chelimo Make Finals
Caleb Ndiku Has a Message for Mo Farah "All I Know Is I'm Still the Guy to Watch"
2016 World Indoors M 3000 Preview: Can Ryan Hill Win A (Gold) Medal? Will Mo Farah's Biggest Rival Emerge?
WTW: Time to Panic for Mary Cain? Doping in the Super Bowl, No Medal No Problem, Kenyan Rap Videos, Clayton Murphy Breaks 4 (by a lot), Meet Randall Cunningham's Daughter, and a US Marathoner Saves a Life
2015 LRC Year-End Rankings, Men's 5,000: Mo Farah (Who Else?) Is #1 In World; Ben True, Galen Rupp & Ryan Hill Lead A Fine Crop Of Americans
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
2015 Worlds Men's 5,000 Preview: Should we hand Mo Farah the gold right now? Can Ryan Hill, Ben True or Galen Rupp become the first American-born athlete to medal in history?
Should everyone just hand Mo Farah the gold medal now? Can Ryan Hill, Ben True or Galen Rupp make history and become the first American-born athlete ever to medal in the men's 5000?
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.
Worlds Comes Early: Thursday's Lausanne DL Meet Is Totally Loaded - 5 of The 6 Fastest 5000 Men Will Battle With Mo Farah and Caleb Ndiku in 5000; Amos, Aman, Rudisha and Centro in 800
The distance fields in this one are unreal. If you want to know who the favorite for Worlds is in the 5000 and 800, you must watch this meet.
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2014 LRC Year-End Rankings: Men's 5000: Caleb Ndiku Reigns as Galen Rupp Nabs The #4 Spot
Nijel Amos Is Still Best In The World, Mo Farah Look Out For Caleb Ndiku, Hassan Wins Again, Rowbury 2nd, And Almaz Ayana Impresses: Continental Cup 2014
Caleb Ndiku got another Championship win, Nijel Amos showed he's the world's best as Duane Solomon returned, and Almaz Ayana impressed.
2014 IAAF Continental Cup: Men's Preview: Amos Vs. Aman, Jager Vs. Birech, Ndiku Vs. Lagat And A 1,500 Worthy Of The Olympics
Move over, Diamond League finals. The 2nd annual Continental Cup in Marrakech, Morocco is the DL finals on steroids as this two-day meet has $2.9 million in prize money. There should be some great mid-d/distance matchups, including Nijel Amos vs. Mo Aman vs. Adam Kszczot in the 800, Bernard Lagat vs. Caleb Ndiku in the 3,000 and Jairus Birech vs. Evan Jager in the 3,000 steeple, but we're most excited about the men's 1,500, which one could argue is better than an Olympic final. Plus Duane Solomon will race for the first time in almost two months.
M 5000: Caleb Ndiku Wins Race & Diamond League Title; Galen Rupp Hangs on for 3rd
The winning time (13:07) wasn't super fast so it shouldn't be a surprise that Ndiku got the win as he's won championship races at World Indoors (3k), the Commonwealth Games and the African Championships this year -- it's too bad he hasn't gotten to race Mo Farah. Rupp was right with Ndiku with 200 to go and didn't quite have enough but still hung on for his best 5,000 of the year. Ben True (8th) also ran well and was in contention at the bell.
Zürich Preview: Can Emma Coburn & Jenny Simpson Win Diamond Race Titles? David Rudisha And Nijel Amos Headline A Loaded 800; Can Galen Rupp, Ben True Or Hassan Mead Go Sub-13:00?
The first of the two DL finals should be spectacular as the winner of the men’s 800 and women’s 1500 likely will take home $50,000 and a spot into 2015 Worlds whereas second will get just a $6,000 consolation prize. Plus New Balance teammates Emma Coburn and Jenny Simpson try to bring home DL titles to the USA.