2016 LRC Year-End Rankings, Women's 800: Caster Semenya Is the Clear World #1; Kate Grace Finishes a Shocking Year as U.S. #1
On to Rio: Mo Farah Delivers a World-Leading 5000m, Molly Ludlow Comes Close
London DL Preview: Mo Farah vs. Bernard Lagat in 5K & Usain Bolt in 200 Headline Final DL Meet Before 2016 Olympics
Women's 800: Caster Semenya (1:55.33 NR) Runs the World's Fastest Time Since 2008 & Leads Field to Slew of PBs; Francine Niyonsaba 1:56.24 NR, Molly Ludlow 1:57.68
Absolute Madness in the Women's 800: Alysia Montaño Falls Down In Tears As Kate Grace Wins a Wild Race
US Olympic Trials Women's 800: Prepare For Chaos In The Most Wide-Open Distance Event Of The Trials
Boston Recap: U.S. Leaders for Ajee Wilson in 800 (1:59.72) and Ben True in 1500 (3:36.05), Sub-13 for Dejen Gebremeskel & HS Junior Kate Murphy (4:07.21, #3 A-T) Runs Faster Than the Pros
Track And Field's Opening Day Is Friday And It's Going To Be SPECTACULAR With A Slew Of #1 Vs. #2 Matchups - 2016 Doha Diamond League Preview
2016 Mt. Sac Relays Startlists - Stacked 800s Will Be The Highlight
2015 LRC Year-End Rankings, Women's 800: Eunice Sum Is #1 Again; Alysia Montaño Returns To Top Of U.S. Rankings
Sifan Hassan Runs 1:58.50 and Goes Home (So Do the Americans): The Madness of the Women's 800 Semifinals
24 women, 10 PRs and no Americans in the final. The three women's 800 semifinals were insane as Canada's Melissa Bishop led all the qualifiers in 1:57.52 (a two-second PR!). Americans Molly Ludlow and Brenda Martinez went home as the final time qualifier was a ridiculous 1:58.35.
Day 5 Morning Session: Disaster for Alysia Montaño and Close Calls for BMart and Ludlow; All 3 Americans Through to Men’s 5,000 Final
Montaño went down with 200 to go in her heat and her protest was unsuccessful so she'll sit out the semis and final. Molly Ludlow was only sixth but her heat was by far the fastest on the day and she made it in on time (2:00.70) while Brenda Martinez had to work for it in the final 100 after being boxed in. Ben True comfortably grabbed an auto qualifier in heat 1 of the 5,000 while Ryan Hill and Galen Rupp made it on time in a much faster heat 2.
2015 World's Women's 800 Preview: Eunice Sum should repeat but can America get two medals behind her?
Wit Ajee Wilson out, no one without internal testicles stands a chance against Eunice Sum, but should she be nervous give the recent CAS ruling? As for who medals behind Sum, it's wide open and our friend in Britain and Canada are dreaming of medal(s).
Stockholm Preview: Centro & Robby Vs. Souleiman At 1,500; Molly Huddle Shoots For Win In 3,000
With the Kenyan World Champs Trials this weekend, the mid-d/distance fields aren't quite as strong, but that opens the door for a slew of Americans. In the 1,500, Ayanleh Souleiman and Matthew Centrowitz will battle as Robby Andrews makes a rare DL appearance. Brenda Martinez, Molly Ludlow and Chanelle Price are all in the 800 and is there any way Andy Bayer can win the steeple?
London Saturday Preview: Kiprop Vs. Souleiman In The Mile As Centro, Leo And Blankenship Try To Go Sub-3:50; Amos Vs. Rudisha (And Berian) At 800, Molly Huddle Tries To Win The 5k
The men's 800 (Rudisha vs. Amos Rematch + Berian and Loxsom) and mile (Kiprop vs. Souleiman as Centro, Leo and Blankenship try to go sub-3:50) are the crown jewels of the Saturday action. Other action includes Molly Huddle vs. Mercy Cherono in the 5,000, Eunice Sum vs. Brenda Martinez in the 800 and an African showdown between Isaac Makwala (#5 all-time) and Wayde van Niekerk (#11 all-time) in the 400.
Bosnia's Amel Tuka Vs Erik Sowinksi; Switzerland's Selina Buchel Vs Molly Ludlow To Highlight Tuesday Night Action In Switzerland
What will Tuka do coming off his huge 1:42 victory in Monco? Will 1:57 woman Buchel keep her almost perfect season going? Asafa Powell highlights some decent sprint races.
Full Results From Lucerne, Switzerland: Lopez Lomong Takes Down Bernard Lagat In 3000 As Five Women Go Sub-2 In The 800
Lomong got the win in 7:42.19 to Lagat's 7:42.75. Andy Bayer was 6th (7:48.49). Switzerland's Selina Buchel took the 800 in 1:59.21, beating Chanelle Price by .03.
Startlists For Today's Spitzen Leichtathletik Meeting In Lucerne, Switzerland
A lot of Americans competing including Bernard Lagat, Will Leer, Ben Blankenship, Garrett Heath, Lopez Lomong, Andy Bayer in the 3000, Charles Jock, Chanelle Price, Molly Ludlow, Gabriele Grunewald in the 800s. Also Melissa Bishop, Jenny Meadows and Lynsey Sharp. Asafa Powell and Yohan Blake are both in the 100, albeit in different heats. *Live Results
Paris Preview: Team USA's Steeplers Take On The World's Best; Makhloufi, Kiplagat And Souleiman To Battle At 1,500
Fresh off a great run at the U.S. Champs, Evan Jager, Donn Cabral and Dan Huling face a stacked steeple field led by '14 world #1 Jairus Birech and world/Olympic champ Ezekiel Kemboi. Taoufik Makhloufi, who ran 2:13.08 for 1,000 on Wednesday, takes on stalwarts Ayanleh Souleiman and Silas Kiplagat.