Changing of the Guard? Shelby Houlihan Beats Jenny Simpson for 2nd Straight Time and First USATF Outdoor 1500 Title
Weekend Preview: Clayton Murphy vs. Robby Andrews; Ajee Wilson vs. Charlene Lipsey; an AR Attempt in the 3K; & the Return of the LetsRun.com Singlet
January 26: Some Great Races Set For Dr. Sander Invitational (Formerly Armory Invy) With Clayton Murpht Vs Robby Andrews In The 800 And Kate Grace And Lauren Johnson In The Mile
2017 USA Indoors Preview, 1000m: Clayton Murphy Takes On Robby Andrews; Breakout Star Charlene Lipsey Favored in Women's Race
2015 LRC Year-End Rankings, Women's 1500: Genzebe Dibaba Reigns Supreme; Rowbury Nips Simpson for US #1
Four Thoughts After Women's 1500 Semis - A Medal of Any Color Won't Be Easy for Simpson or Rowbury; Kerri Gallagher and Lauren Johnson Should Be Proud; and the African-Born Runners Have Been Foolish
Jenny Simpson and Shannon Rowbury both auto qualified to Tuesday's final but they are going to have their hands full as the African-born runners are looking great.
Day 1 Interviews from 2015 IAAF World Championships
Hear what the world's best had to say following the first session at the 2015 IAAF World Championships
The Lauren Johnson Story: From Over 2:20 For 800 In HS To The U.S. World Championships Team At 1,500
The 5 Most Unbelievable (Positive) Stories From The 2015 Track Season (So Far)
Before we start our World Championships previews, we thought it would be a good idea to take a step back and look big picture at what has transpired so far this year in the world of track and field. There have been a lot of amazing developments so far in 2015. We list five events that if we'd predicted them at the beginning of the year, you'd have said we were TOTALLY crazy.
London Friday: Mo Farah Dominates The 3000, While Laura Weightman Gets A Surprise 1500 Win To Thrill The Home Crowd
It was no contest as Farah took the 3000 in a world-leading 7:34.66 while Weightman held off US’s Gabe Grunewald to get her first big international win.
Friday London DL Preview: What Will Usain Bolt Do At 100 & How Fast Will Mo Farah Try To Run At 3,000?
Farah has proven himself as the favorite for 5k/10k gold in Beijing but Bolt still has work to do to catch Justin Gatlin. Can he get closer in London? Farah faces Lopez Lomong & Bernard Lagat in the 3k, plus an American-heavy women's 1,500 featuring Lauren Johnson, Katie Mackey, Treniere Moser and many more.
KBC Nacht Meeting: Ben True Gets IAAF Standard As Eric Jenkins Explodes To A 13:07 And Lauren Johnson Destroys Her PR To Make Worlds On A Night Full Of Fast American Running
True ran 13:06 to seal the deal for worlds with Jenkins right behind him in a huge PR. Abbey D’Agostino PRd at 5000 as did Johnson to punch her ticket to worlds in the 1500. Other big names in action included Dejen Gebremeskel, Chris Derrick, Emily Sisson, Mary Cain, PVer Sandi Morris andLolo Jones. Check out how they did.
*MB: Ben True Runs 13:06 5000m, Eric Jenkins 13:07
Live Results and Free Stream For 2015 KBC Nacht Meeting In Heusden, Belgium
Ben True faces Olympic silver medalist Dejen Gebremeskel as he goes for the IAAF 5000 “A” standard. Chris Derrick and Eric Jenkins also racing. Lauren Johnson, Rachel Schneider go for the standard in the 1500 as they face Mary Cain andNicole Tully. Abbey D’Agostino and Emily Sisson in the 5000, Olympic bronze medalist Timothy Kitum, NCAA champ Edward Kemboi and Charles Jock in the 800.
*MB: Start list for Heusden KBC Nacht – True going for standard vs. Derrick, Jenkins, Gebremeskel