Disaster for Kenya: Kenya Advances Zero Men To 5000 Meter Final But Team USA Gets All Three Through
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
Week that Was: More Madness From the World Half Champs, Colleen De Reuck Still Has It, Some US Road Action and Should the IAAF Change the World Track Champs?
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?
Preview of 2015 Pre Classic Distance Night: Mo Farah Leads a Stacked Field in 10K; Galen Rupp Makes Season Debut in 5K
The action on Friday night should be riveting and we break it down for you. Plus an American has never won a DL 5000 and we guarantee that streak will continue.
Absolutely Stacked Field Set For 2015 Prefontaine Classic 5000: Six Sub-13:00 Men Including Galen Rupp And Bernard Lagat
Top Africans include Yenew Alamirew, Edwin Soi, Isiah Koech and Lawi Lalang. American Ryan Hill is also in the field.
2015 IAAF Doha Preview: Mo Farah Doesn't Duck The Competition in A Stacked Men's 3,000; Asbel Kiprop, Mo Aman & Ayanleh Souleiman to Battle in 800; Abeba Aregawi and Sifan Hassan to Clash in 1500
Farah will face five men who have broken 7:31 including Hagos Gebrhiwet and Yenew Alamirew. The women's 1500 features '14 world leader Sifan Hassan and '13 world champ Abeba Aregawi, while Ethiopians Sofia Assefa and Hiwot Ayalew will race in the women's steeple. Justin Gatlin (100) and Allyson Felix (200) headline the non-distance action.
2014 LRC Year-End Rankings: Men's 5000: Caleb Ndiku Reigns as Galen Rupp Nabs The #4 Spot
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.