February 15, 2023
Emma Coburn, Heather MacLean, and...Jordan Mann? How USATF's World XC Relay Team Came Together
Two US stars and two relative unknowns comprise the US 4 x 2k relay team at World XC.
July 14, 2022
Women's Steeple Preview: Americans Look To Mix It Up With Favorites Norah Jeruto and Winfred Yavi, Who Have Never Medalled Before
An American has medalled at each of the last 4 global outdoor championships but Americans Emma Coburn and Courtney Frerichs have been a bit under the radar so far in 2022. Can they get the job done on home soil?
June 29, 2022
6 Final Thoughts on 2022 USAs: Could the US Men Sweep the Sprints at Worlds, Pacemakers, Sha'Carri & More
Plus thoughts on pacers in the men's 5,000 final and will an American man win a distance medal at Worlds?
June 26, 2022
Athing Mu holds Off Ajee' Wilson, 8 Straight for Emma Coburn, Elise Cranny Makes it 2 in a Row - Day 4 USAs Women's Distance Recap
May 27, 2022
2022 Pre Classic Preview: Star-Studded Matchups Everywhere You Look
From Elaine Thompson-Herah and Sha'Carri Richardson in the 100 to Jakob Ingebrigtsen and Cole Hocker in the Bowerman Mile, the world and America's best are all in Eugene this weekend.
May 20, 2022
2022 USATF Distance Classic: Australia’s Abbey Caldwell (4:04.18) Punches Her Ticket to Worlds, But No One Else Does
The meet was a bit underwhelming as Caldwell was the only athlete to hit the World Championship standard on the night. In other action, Neil Gourley took down Cole Hocker and won the men’s 1500 in 3:35.43 and Evan Jager struggled over the final 150 in the men’s steeple and Emma Coburn ran 4:09 in the women's 1500. The most entertaining race of the night may have been the B heat of the men's 800 with Cooper Teare and HS sensation Colin Sahlman.
May 18, 2022
The Eight Most Interesting Track Storylines to Follow in 2022
From world record chases to era-defining rivalries, here are the eight stories Jonathan Gault will be following closely throughout the 2022 track season. *MB Here are the 8 storylines I'll be watching most closely in track in 2022. What are yours?
August 21, 2021
Courtney Frerichs Runs 8:57.77 To Become First American to Go Sub 9 in Steeple
Courtney Frerichs ran 8:57.77 to smash her American record and become the first American women sub 9 in the steeplechase.
August 04, 2021
Courtney Frerichs Goes for Gold and Rewarded With Silver as Peruth Chemutai Gets Surprise Gold
Courtney Frerichs went for gold and was rewarded with silver as Peruth Chemutai of Uganda got the upset win and Emma Coburn was not a factor.
July 29, 2021
2020 Olympic Women’s Steeplechase Preview: In A Race With 5 Legitimate Gold Medal Contenders, Can Emma Coburn Bring Home The Gold To The USA?
Three women in the field have won global titles but none have ever won Olympic gold. This should be a great one. *Discuss
July 09, 2021
2021 Monaco Women’s Recap: Kipyegon Runs 3:51.07 to Beat Hassan, Coburn Falls in Sub-9:00 Chase & Muir Runs Huge PB (1:56) to Win 800
Kipyegon is now #4 all-time in the women’s 1500, while Muir is #2 among Brits all-time in the 800 but will only run the 1500 in Tokyo. Hyvin Kiyeng (9:03.82) won the steeple, her second DL victory in a week.
July 07, 2021
Olympic Legend Gail Devers (Guest), Sha'Carri & Bekele OUT, Monaco Preview, Emma Coburn Olympic Favorite? + Meet the LetsRun.com Intern
Listen to the LetsRun.com team tell you what you need to know about the running world.
June 25, 2021
Women's Steeple: Emma Coburn, Courtney Frerichs Go 1-2 as Val Constien & Leah Falland Show the Beauty & Agony of the Olympic Trials
Coburn won her 7th straight US title as she and Frerichs went 1-2 for the fifth straight year. Falland was in third with two laps to go and fell, and though she was third again at the bell, Constien -- who works a full-time job -- was too strong over the last lap.
June 17, 2021
2020 Olympic Trials W3000SC Preview: Another Year of Coburn-Frerichs-Quigley?
The women's steeple has been the most predictable event at USAs in recent years. Will that continue in 2021, or will there be a changing of the guard? Colleen Quigley hasn't run a steeple since 2019.
February 11, 2021
NBIGP Preview: The Best US Indoor Meet of 2021 Season Is Saturday
What a track meet. You can make a case that the men's Olympic favorites at 100 (Noah Lyles/Trayvon Bromell), 200 (Lyles), 400 (Michael Norman), and 800 (Donavan Brazier) are all racing in Staten Island this weekend. Plus Sydney McLaughlin, Shaunae Miller-Uibo, and AR attempts in the 1000 (Bryce Hoppel) & 2-mile (Elle Purrier).
September 16, 2020
Podcast: Battle of 19 Year Olds. Is Bekele Chunky? Coburn Favorite for Gold? College Track in Trouble?
August 23, 2020
Under Armour Sunset Tour Pop Up Results: Cory McGee (2:00.16), Edward Cheserek (13:21.78) And Lauren Paquette (15:10.01) Highlight
McGee beat out Rebecca Mehra (2:01.09) and Emma Coburn (2:01.10) while Cheserek won over Sam Atkin, Oliver Hoare and Joe Klecker. Kellyn Taylor (15:11.50) was a close second in the women's 5000.
August 21, 2020
Under Armour Sunset Tour Pop Up Event Set For August 22
Edward Cheserek, Joe Klecker and Oliver Hoare lead the men's 5000 while the women's race has Dani Jones, Alicia Monson, Stephanie Bruce, Kellyn Taylor, and Kim Conley. Emma Coburn, Cory McGee and Brenda Martinez will face off in the 800m. Live stream on FloTrack at 11:30PM ET.
June 26, 2020
RRW: Team Boss Going For Colorado State Mile Records On Saturday Night
The group coached by Joe Bosshard which includes Emma Coburn, Dani Jones, Aisha Praught Leer, Cory McGee, Dom Scott, Cruz Culpepper and Morgan McDonald are going for the 4:36.05 and 4:01.00 Colorado mile records. The race will be live streamed for free on YouTube at 10:30PM ET. The group is also using the race to raise money for scholarships for black Colorado high school students.
April 08, 2020
World Athletics Says Forget About Qualifying for Olympics Until December and Some Athletes Aren't Happy
"This takes away the last bit of hope of making 2020 a productive, meaningful year in our career" said 2017 steeplechase world champion Emma Coburn. But others, including Olympic pole vault champ Katerina Stefanidi, support the move.