Three Years After Making 800m Final at USATFs in Sacramento, Shelby Houlihan Returns to Win the 5000m
2017 Adrian Martinez Recap: David Torrence Blasts 3:53.21 Mile to Lead 8 Men Under 3:57; Nicole Tully (4:30.22 Mile) & Marielle Hall (8:55.55 3K) Nab Big Wins
Elite Fields Released: Drew Hunter Will Make His Professional Debut At The Sir Walter Miler On August 5th In Raleigh, NC
A Look At What Might Have Happened At The Trials: What If Duane Solomon Hadn't Let Up in Round #1, What If Kim Conley's Shoe Hadn't Come Off, What If Brenda Martinez Hadn't Been Tripped Up in the 800?
US Olympic Trials Women's 5,000 Final Preview: With All Three 10K Olympians Doubling Back, Could 6th Place Be Going to Rio?
2016 Payton Jordan Preview: Bernard Lagat's 10,000 Debut, Evan Jager In The 1,500 & An NCAA Preview In The 5,000
Drew Hunter Has His Sights Set On Breaking The 4-Minute Barrier In The Armory Track Invitational Mile This Saturday
2015 LRC Year-End Rankings, Women's 5,000: Almaz Ayana Tops Genzebe Dibaba For #1 Ranking; Molly Huddle Is America's Best
Robby Andrews, Chris O'Hare, Shannon Rowbury Announced For Millrose Games' Wanamaker Mile
Almaz Ayana Does the Unthinkable and Runs Away From Genzebe Dibaba With an 8:19 Final 3k
Day 6 Morning Recap: American 1500 Men Rock as All 3 Qualify, American 5000 Women Disappoint As Only US Champ Nicole Tully Moves On
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 Saturday: Mercy Cherono Wins As Molly Huddle Almost Gets The Upset, Eunice Sum Stays Perfect And Nijel Amos Wins A Nail Biter With David Rudisha
Huddle was the only one to go with the rabbit and was still in contention with 100 to go, but lost out to the world silver medalist Cherono. In the steeple there was a fierce battle between Conseslus Kiopruto and Jarius Birech, Eunice Sum dominated the 800 and Nijel Amos and David Rudisdha finished only .10-seconds apart while Boris Berian went for it. In non-distance action, Renaud Lavillenie cleared 6-meters, Valerie Adams lost again and South Africa's Wayde van Niekerk blew the 400 field away. We recap it all here.
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
Nicole Tully Edges Marielle Hall Hall To Claim Her First US Titles in Thrilling Race - Abbey D'Agostino Third - Women's 5000 Recap
A great race with a great finish and 3 new women going to Worlds.
2015 USA 5,000 Preview: Molly Huddle vs. Shannon Rowbury, and Can Anyone (Bernard Lagat? Ben True?) Stop Galen Rupp?
Abbey D'Agostino Takes Down Desi Linden in 5k, Robby Andrews Crushes The Mile Field - Full Recap of 2015 Adrian Martinez Classic
Running Pros Respond On Twitter To Nike Oregon Project Doping Allegations
Matt Centrowitz thought it was a yawning matter, but no one else did, including Paula Radcliffe, Dai Greene, Nick Willis, Lornah Kiplagat and many others.
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.
One More Look At Timothy Cheruiyot Vs. Ben Blankenship, Who Ran Well At Stanford, Who Just Missed, Poolside In The Bahamas, And A New Prep Star?
The World Relays are gone until 2017, Stanford is in the books until next year, we take a deeper look at both and even go way back to the 1984 Olympic Trials 1,500 and a dive for the line by Chuck Aragon. Why? His daughter just ran a 4:16 1,500m in high school.