5 Thoughts on Paris Diamond League - Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce Still Has it, Winfred Yavi 8:56 Steeple
Christian Taylor Wins Gold Again Wearing #13 Odell Beckham Jr. Tribute Shoes
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce the GOAT, A Record 12th Gold For Felix, Lyles Doesn’t Rule Out Sub-19 - 2019 Worlds Day 3
#Jumping60: After Another World Title, Christian Taylor Going to Mountains of France to Try to Break Jonathan Edwards' World Record
Paris Diamond League Recap: Sifan Hassan Beats Faith Kipyegon, Ronald Kwemoi and Omar McLeod Lose For First Time, Nijel Amos is Back?
Ronald Kwemoi Announces Himself in the 3K, A Historically Fast Women's Steeple, A BOMB From Thomas Rohler in the Javelin & Much More As the 2017 DL Season Kicks Off in Doha
April 28: Two-Time Olympic Champ Christian Taylor Leads Triple Jump Field For Drake Relays
Christian Taylor Becomes Second Man to Repeat As Olympic Triple Jump Champ; Will Claye Gets Silver and Proposes to Girlfriend Queen Harrison on Victory Lap
2016 Prefontaine Classic: Asbel Kiprop Wins an Underwhelming Bowerman Mile, Mo Ahmed Goes for It in the Men's 5K and Keni Harrison Gives the World Record a Scare
Ashton Eaton And Genzebe Dibaba Crowned 2015 IAAF World Athletes Of The Year
Usain Bolt, Ashton Eaton And Christian Taylor Are The Three Men's Finalist For IAAF Athlete Of The Year
Day 6 Recap: Bolt Beats Gatlin (Again) in 200, Christian Taylor Scares the World Record and Allyson Felix Reigns Supreme
Team USA has struggled at these championships but Thursday night went very well for the Americans as Taylor (triple jump) and Felix (400) earned the U.S.'s 2nd and 3rd golds of the championships in impressive fashion -- an 18.21 jump (#2 all-time) by Taylor and a 49.26-second run for Felix (PB). Justin Gatlin couldn't complete a perfect night, which is understandable as he once again lost to the incomparable Usain Bolt (19.55 to 19.74) and had to settle for silver.
2015 Lausanne Men's Recap: Mo Farah Dominates & Nijel Amos (1:43.27) Takes Down David Rudisha
Running in his first race since the NOP doping investigation became public, Mo Farah celebrated his win as if he'd won a World title while Nijel Amos won a big battle in the men's 800 but limped off the track injured.
Zurich Full Recap: Hiwot Ayalew Wins DL Title in Women's Steeple; Seven Americans Win DL Titles
Tunisia's Habiba Ghribi beat Ayalew (2nd) and Emma Coburn (5th) in the race, but Ayalew still won the DL title and the $40,000 prize that goes with it. Americans to win DL titles included Jenny Simpson (1500), Tianna Bartoletta (LJ), Reese Hoffa (SP), Christian Taylor (TJ), Michael Tinsley (400 hurdles), LaShawn Merritt (400) and Dawn Harper-Nelson (100 hurdles).
Glasgow Day 2, Sprints & Field Events: Michelle-Lee Ahye Keeps Winning And Dafne Schippers Is The Netherlands' Version Of Ashton Eaton
Ahye remained perfect in the 100 while Schippers, who took bronze in the heptathlon at Worlds last year, won the 200 over Allyson Felix and set two national records in the span of two hours. There were also wins for Christian Taylor (triple jump), Jeff Henderson (long jump) and Blanka Vlasic (high jump).
Olympic Silver Medalist Will Claye jumps to No. 7 U.S. all-time triple jump on Day 3 of USATF Outdoor Championships
Claye handily beat 2012 Olympic champion Christian Taylor. In other events Mike Rodgers won the 100 with 10.09 into a headwind after running a wind-aided 9.80 in the semis. Tianna Bartoletta won the womens' 100 in 11.15 (-2.1 wind) after Tori Bowi ran a wind legal 10.91 in the semis. Trey Hardee won the decathlon, Jenn Suhr the PV and Hayden Reed the discus.
World Relays Press Conference Notes: "We're from the US and we Never Race for 2nd", Leo To Anchor 4x1500, Forget About Mixed Sex Relays and More
Some interesting tidbits at the presser in advance of the first World Relays. Leo Manzano reminds us there is nothing better than being on a college team.