2015 IAAF World Relays Men's DMR: With No Asbel Kiprop, The U.S. Has a Shot in a Wide-Open Race
The US has a shot for gold but so does Australia, Germany and Poland.
Some Missed Road Results From The Weekend: German Miler Homiyu Tesfaye Wins Osterlauf 10K In 27:54
Ethiopian Sutume Asefa Kebede won the women's race in 31:49 while the half-marathon was won by Abraham Yano (61:06) and Maryanne Wangari Wanjiru (71:12). At the Giro Media Blenio 10K, Victor Chumo (28:19) got the win.
Week That Was: Andrew Wheating Is Your Kiwi 800 Champ, Great Video From The Euros, The Great Julia Lucas, Airbrushed Logos, Tweet Of The Week And More
The classy Julia Lucas hung them up in style, Nick Willis won the Kiwi champs and so did Andrew Wheating. We've got some great 1,500 action from Euros, a tweet of the week, a video of the week and airbrushed logos.
A Fan's Guide to the 2015 European Indoor Championships
The Netherlands' Sifan Hassan will go for a distance double in the women's 1500 & 3000. France's Renaud Lavillenie is the favorite in the men's pole vault. The home nation will hope for 2014 World Indoor champ Pavel Maslak to lead a 1-2 sweep in the men's 400.
Men's Mile: Ayanleh Souleiman Notches Another DL Win As Nick Willis And Germany's Homiyu Tesfaye Join The Sub-3:50 Club
Ayanleh Souleiman held on for yet another victory as Nick Willis nearly went from last to first to get under 3:50 for the first time in his career. Matthew Centrowitz went in the other direction in this one. *MB: Nick Willis 3:49.83 Welcome to the Sub 3:50 Club