How Did THAT Happen? Remembering the Strangest Moments in Running in 2022
WTW: Max Siegel Is a HYPOCRITE, Francine Niyonsaba Is Back and $86K For a 2:25
How Max Siegel and USATF handled Chattanooga's Olympic Marathon Trails bid is far different than how they handled giving out a "six-figure, no-bid contracts to Indianapolis marketing firm Matchbook Creative, a marketing firm that previously billed itself as 'a Max Siegel company.'"
USATF Board Meeting Recap- USOC Slams Mt. SAC Bid For Olympic Trials: "Thank goodness that embarrassment is behind us"
WTW: 2017 London Was The Fastest Marathon In History, A Mother of 7 Runs 2:24 In The Marathon, Clayton Murphy Didn't Run As Slow As People Said He Did, And Might An NCAA Frosh Be The Greatest 400/800 Guy in History?
The Week That Was In Running: The Colorado Milers, Snow CrossNationals, Callum Hawkins, Amy Cragg and More
Everything You Need to Know from the 2016 USATF Convention
Great News: USATF and USOC Settle Nick Symmonds' Run Gum Lawsuit and Let Athletes Have Non-Shoe Sponsor Logos On Their Jerseys at Olympic Trials
Convicted Doper Dennis Mitchell Is Now The Paid Head USA Relays Coach Hired By USATF National Office Without Input Of USATF High Performance Committee
USATF has quietly hired convicted doper Dennis Mitchell to lead the USA Relays program. Sadly, they are afraid to take ownership of the decision and have Dennis and Max Siegel discuss why Dennis is the best man to lead Team USA or have Dennis publicly account for his doping past.
Eugene Wins Worlds 2021: Details And Three Quick Takes - USATF Thriving Under "Old School" Way Of Doing Business
USATF CEO Max Siegel Releases Statement On Indiana State Bill 101
Siegel is critical of the law which allows businesses to refuse services to people for religious reasons.
USATF DQ Report Released: Did Alberto Salazar Have Undue Influence? We Still Don't Know
We wonder if it's normal for an official to tell a coach about a foul he admits he didn't see. Then we start to go off into la-la conspiracy land as we notice a key part of the report regarding Salazar shows up in a different font. To us, the whole report reads like a 5th grader's book report, not a report worthy analysis of a decision that (illegally) fixed the outcome of a national championship race.
USATF Does It Again: Dennis Mitchell, Convicted Doper, Your Head Sprint Coach For World Relays
Eight years after USATF accidentally appointed convicted doper Dennis Mitchell (of the "five bottles of beer and sex with his wife at least four times" excuse) to be a USA National Team coach, USATF has done it again, but this time for real with the full backing of the USATF national office.