2016 Payton Jordan Preview: Bernard Lagat's 10,000 Debut, Evan Jager In The 1,500 & An NCAA Preview In The 5,000
2016 Stanford Twilight Results
Results: 2015 American Track League - Atlanta
Andrew Wheating won the 1500 in 3:39.17 to beat David Torrence by .34-seconds. Canada's Nicole Sifuentes won the women's race in 4:06.44 as the Americans were way back and Maggie Vessey took the 800 in 2:00.30 over Melissa Bishop (2:00.43).
*Asafa Powell Wins 100 In 10.01, Narrowly Missing His 91st Sub-10
*Veronica Campbell-Brown Won The 100-200 Double ( 11.22 & 22.82) Other top sprint action included LaShawn Merritt in the 300 (31.53), Queen Harrison in the 100H (12.84), Steven Gardiner winning the 400 in 45.11 over a field that had Ashton Eaton, Jeremy Wariner, Deon Lendore and Mike Berry.
*MB: American Track League in ATL
Supermom Alysia Montaño Wins 6th U.S. Title; Brenda Martinez and One-Shoed Ajee Wilson Also Make Team USA
2015 USA 800 Preview: Ajee Wilson Leads a Loaded Women's Field; Can Boris Berian Go From 1:48 to National Champ in Three Months?
We feel very confident in predicting one thing about the 800s. Ajee Wilson and Boris Berian are going to Worlds. After that, it's going to be a lot of fun seeing what happens.
Recap: Manzano, Wheating, Loxsom Impress; Rowbury Struggles, Cain Really Struggles & The Jury Remains Out on Nick Symmonds
The final two sections of the men's 1500 and the men's and women's 5,000s were all cancelled due to a thunderstorm, which meant no races for Robby Andrews, Galen Rupp or Kara Goucher. Manzano won a slow 1500 in 3:38.96 over Wheating (3:39.56), while Rowbury (1500) and Symmonds (800) both had runners go down directly in front of them, messing up their races.
2015 Hoka One One Middle Distance Classic Women's Preview: Jenny Simpson's Season Debut As Stars Old (Kara Goucher) And Young (Mary Cain) Try To Regain Their Form
Mark Wetmore's two biggest stars will make their season debuts - Jenny Simpson (800) and Emma Coburn (1,500) - while Kara Goucher (5,000) will run her first track race since 2013 and Mary Cain will look to regain her "teen phenom" label.
U.S. Women Repeat in 4x800 With Comfortable 8:00.62 Victory
Chanelle Price (2:01.30), Maggie Vessey (2:00.92), Molly Beckwith-Ludlow (1:59.50) and Alysia Montaño (1:58.90) all ran great as the U.S. easily beat runner-up Poland and shaved .96 of a second off the national record.
Drake Relays Recap: Ajee Wilson Holds off Brenda Martinez for $20,000, King James Breaks Michael Johnson's Meet Record
Ajee Wilson showed why she's America's best hope for distance gold in Beijing, Kirani James impressed, Lashawn Merritt didn't, Aleec Harris remained undefeated, Bershawn Jackson is back, Derek Drouin still likes Drake, and Loyola of Illinois pulled the upset in the 4x800.
Drake Relays Preview: Talk About Tremendous Early Season Matchups - Ajee vs Brenda vs Chanelle vs Alysia for $20,000, Kirani James vs Lashawn Merritt @ 400, Leo vs Centro in the Mile
The US pro track season starts off with a bang tonight with Ajee Wilson, Brenda Martinez, Chanelle Price, and Alysia Montano racing for $20,000, plus Kirani James vs LaShawn Merritt for $20,000, Ashton Eaton vs the hurdlers, and more. Saturday Leo Manzano and Matt Centrowitz square off in the mile.
Ajee Wilson the Real Deal, Laura Roesler Earns Some $$$, and Brenda Martinez “Struggles”: Thee Quick Thoughts on Women’s 800m at 2014 USATF Nationals
Ajee Wilson is the real deal and Laura Roesler may be as well.
800 Semifinals 2014 USA Nationals: Chanelle Price Scratches, Ajee Wilson Impresses, And So Does Laura Roesler
The future looks very bright for Laura Roesler, who won her heat ahead of Brenda Martinez. If you believe that, then remember Ajee Wilson is two years and five months younger.
Women's 800: Chanelle Price Hangs On; Colorful Maggie Vessey Takes Second; Mary Cain Fizzles
The Chanelle Price show continued (barely) as the Mary Cain show never materialized but Maggie Vessey turned the most heads. In the men's 800, Job Kinyor beat Elijah Greer and Eric Sowinski.
Friday Night At The Races: Mary Cain Takes On Chanelle Price And Maggie Vessey At 800
Mary Cain will have her hands full at Pre, where last year she became the first US high schooler to go sub-2:00.
On The Boards: Mary Cain Prediction Thread